The faculty or power of seeing
she has excellent sight
The condition of having better vision in bright than in dim light.
As soon as someone or something has been seen
A visual joke
A gunsight originally devised for use on aircraft, consisting of a non-magnifying telescope mounted parallel to the barrel of a gun.
A determination of position by observation of the stars.
See at first sight, love at first sight.
A front sight for a rifle, pistol, etc., in the form of a ball or disc.
The ability of the mind to understand, imagine, or penetrate.
= naked eye.
A close view of something; a position allowing a close view.
The faculty or power of seeing in the dark.
A gunsight incorporating a notch through which aim is taken.
(Of a firearm) a non-optical sight which must be superimposed upon the aiming point to achieve correct aim.
A non-telescopic sight.
A circular sight on a weapon.
A brief piece of footage used in television coverage of an event and intended to convey the essence and significance of that event; (hence) a person, image, etc., used in this way, or an event staged for this purpose.
An observation of the altitude of the sun or a star for the purpose of ascertaining the time and hence the longitude.
The inability to see things clearly, especially if they are relatively close to the eyes, owing to the focusing of rays of light by the eye at a point behind the retina
A backsight for rifles with a circular hole through which the foresight is brought into line with the object aimed at
The sight nearest to the stock on a firearm
The inability to see things clearly unless they are relatively close to the eyes, owing to the focusing of rays of light by the eye at a point in front of the retina
Much; to a considerable extent
A transparent tube or window through which the level of liquid in a reservoir or supply line can be checked visually
A hypothetical line from someone’s eye to what is seen (used especially with reference to good or bad visibility)
Read and perform (music) from sheet music, without preparation
Sing (music) at sight, without preparation
(Chiefly in plural) a sight engraved on the base ring of a cannon in quarter degrees and used to set its elevation.
The supposed ability to perceive future or distant events; clairvoyance
A bank deposit that can be withdrawn immediately without notice or penalty
A large white screen placed near the boundary in line with the wicket to help the batsman see the ball
Without the opportunity to look at the object in question beforehand
So as to see or be seen from
Come into view
A straight line along which an observer has unobstructed vision
On first seeing or meeting someone
Glimpse for a moment; suddenly notice
Be no longer able to see
A small telescope used for sighting, typically mounted on a rifle
Go away at once!
Not a pleasant spectacle or situation
A person or thing that is particularly impressive or worth seeing
Recognize someone by their appearance without knowing their name or being so well acquainted as to talk to them
A person or thing that one is extremely pleased or relieved to see
Extremely good; excellent
You soon forget people or things that are no longer visible or present