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vision British & World English

The faculty or state of being able to see

vision English Thesaurus

her vision was blurred by tears

double vision British & World English

The simultaneous perception of two images, usually overlapping, of a single scene or object

night vision British & World English

The faculty of seeing in the dark, especially when the eyes have become adapted to the low level of light

single-vision British & World English

Denoting glasses of which each lens is a single optical element; not bifocal

tunnel vision British & World English

Defective sight in which objects cannot be properly seen if not close to the centre of the field of view

vision quest British & World English

An attempt to achieve a vision of a future guardian spirit, traditionally undertaken at puberty by boys of the Plains Indian peoples, typically through fasting or self-torture

binocular vision British & World English

Vision using two eyes with overlapping fields of view, allowing good perception of depth

line of vision British & World English

The straight line along which an observer looks

peripheral vision British & World English

Side vision; what is seen on the side by the eye when looking straight ahead

field of vision British & World English

The entire area that a person or animal is able to see when their eyes are fixed in one position

line of vision in line1 British & World English

The straight line along which an observer looks