Meaning of SIGHT in English

SIGHT

n. 25B6; noun

she has excellent sight : EYESIGHT, vision, eyes, faculty of sight, visual perception.

her first sight of it : VIEW, glimpse, glance, look.

within sight of the enemy : RANGE OF VISION, field of vision, view.

(dated) we are all equal in the sight of God : PERCEPTION, judgement, belief, opinion, point of view, view, viewpoint, mind, perspective, standpoint.

historic sights : LANDMARK, place of interest, monument, spectacle, view, marvel, wonder.

(informal) I must look a sight : EYESORE, spectacle, mess; informal fright.

optical, visual.

25B6; verb one of the helicopters sighted wreckage : GLIMPSE, catch/get a glimpse of, catch sight of, see, spot, spy, notice, observe; poetic/literary espy, descry.

25A0; catch sight of GLIMPSE, catch/get a glimpse of, see, spot, spy, make out, pick out, sight, have sight of; poetic/literary espy, descry.

25A0; set one's sights on ASPIRE TO, aim at/for, try for, strive for/towards, work towards.

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