Definition of eyeshot in English:

eyeshot

Syllabification: eye·shot
Pronunciation: /ˈīˌSHät
 
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noun

  • The distance for which one can see: he is within eyeshot
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    • The closer you play to them, either as goalkeeper or someone on the touchline, the more chance there is of being in their eyeshot, earshot, or both.
    • Once they were out of earshot, and eyeshot, of the others, he turned to her.
    • Still, onward they went, until they remained just out of eyeshot, yet within earshot of the man.

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