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  • It was also during this time that he lost sight in his right eye.
  • Over a six month to two year period all had improved their sight.
  • The sight was long claimed to have been seen in the area.
  • This condition is more common among people who have poor hearing or sight.
  • They fall in love at first sight and he appears to be everything she has always wanted.
  • Thus, the character was given the power to escape human sight.
  • These forms have lost their sight and even their eyes.
  • The sight of it was usually enough for his purpose.
  • He told the girl to go out of sight and started the camera again.
  • It can use both line-of-sight and beyond-line-of-sight data links.
  • When they finally meet, it is love at first sight.
  • If you want to sight and fire, you need to double that time to four seconds.
  • The empire continued to grow with no end in sight.
  • He and his aircraft fell out of sight into a cloud.
  • Actual line of sight is needed to fire at enemy models.
  • She won numerous other awards and became a common sight on the cover of magazines.
  • The boys opened a path for the ball player and stood in silence until he passed out of sight.
  • He falls in love with her at first sight.
  • The candidates then had to sight read an easy further piece.
  • She described their first meeting as "love at first sight."
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Meaning of sight

  • noun An instance of visual perception
    the sight of his wife brought him back to reality, the train was an unexpected sight
  • noun Anything that is seen
    he was a familiar sight on the television, they went to Paris to see the sights
  • noun The ability to see; the visual faculty
  • noun A range of mental vision
    in his sight she could do no wrong
  • noun The range of vision
    out of sight of land
  • verb Take aim by looking through the sights of a gun (or other device)