(Of a person) having the ability to see; not blind
Manage to see or observe (someone or something); catch an initial glimpse of
Showing a prudent awareness of future possibilities
his far-sighted management brought great prosperity
Having the sight directed upwards; (figurative) supercilious, ambitious.
Having quick sight. Frequently (and in earliest use) figurative: quick to see or perceive (something).
Having good or keen sight. Also in extended use: mentally perceptive; showing insight.
(Of an eye) adapted for seeing white.
Thinking clearly and sensibly
Having long sight
Quick to notice things; perceptive
Having short sight
a short-sighted neighbour asked me what the flowers were
Having a narrow field of vision; (figurative) narrow-minded, blinkered.
Having a visual impairment
Another term for short-sighted.