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eyesight

Syllabification: eye·sight
Pronunciation: /ˈīˌsīt
 
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Definition of eyesight in English:

noun

A person’s ability to see: poor eyesight ended his plans for a naval career
More example sentences
  • All share some of the ailments of old age, including poor memories, fading eyesight and bad hearing.
  • With their poor eyesight and keen sense of smell, they can get dangerously close.
  • The widow, who has poor eyesight and hearing, said she had had virtually no warning before the flood waters came.
Synonyms
sight, vision, faculty of sight, ability to see, visual perception, perception

Words that rhyme with eyesight

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