from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The faculty of sight; vision.
- n. Range of vision; view.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Vision or the faculty of sight
- n. View or the range of vision
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Sight of the eye; the sense of seeing; view; observation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The sight of the eye; view; observation.
- n. The sense of seeing; faculty or power of vision: as, his eyesight is failing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. normal use of the faculty of vision
Ducks hovering decoy setups are REALLY cautious and their eyesight is about 50x better than ours.
Well, heh, my eyesight is actually the worst of anyone I know, Macka.
My Dad Always says to use open sights rather than scopes while my eyesight is good.
I think the eyesight is ok, it is just the brain that I wonder about.
If your eyesight is so cruddy that you can have a full on view of a human and mistake him or her for a deer or bear, you should not even drive a car, much less hunt.
On Tuesday night, Fletcher will be hoping for more tolerance and better eyesight from the Portuguese referee, Olegario Benquerenca, who controversially denied the Scot a penalty against CSKA Moscow in November when he was clearly brought down by Alexei Berezutski.
In the visual realm, we use the same word, "sight," to refer to both the faculty doing the perceiving -- as in "eyesight" -- and the object being perceived, as in the "sight" we see.
You may wonder if it is still possible to improve your eyesight is the person preaching I correction techniques went out and had LASIK.
"You have to distinguish between mere eyesight, which is very important in golf, no doubt about it, and the kind of vision which adds meaning to what you see," says Dr. Farnsworth.
Though her eyesight was a degree sharper than his, he was the one who heard the slight whispering of air approaching.
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