Meaning of SIGHTED in English


ˈsīd.ə̇d, -ītə̇d adjective

Etymology: sight (I) + -ed

1. : having the use of one's sight : seeing

to the sighted , loss of vision seems the most hopeless and pitiable … — P.A.Zahl

son who was partially sighted — Alice Lake

2. : having a specified kind of sight — usually used in combination

clear- sighted

quick- sighted

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