- v. Past participle of see through
“The murderer of Mr. Laszio probably knows that he was seen through that door, but not by whom, since you opened it only a few inches and outdoors was dark.”
“On Hill's right, from the vigor of his artillery fire and from what could be seen through the underbrush, the Federals thought graycoats in heavy numbers had taken up a strong position.”
“They are the distinctive subjects of the Suffolk painter Mary Newcomb: a flock of goldfinches dispersing, a magpie flying up from a wet road, a football match seen through a hole in an oak leaf eaten by a caterpillar.”
“İbrahim Dilek can been seen through the newly constructed open picket fence, watching the workers busily finishing the dolphinarium they expect to open in the next two or three weeks.”
“That is how wintry Leningrad is carved on the template of memory: shimmering like a cameo, seen through a five-kopek-size circle cleared by my breath on a frosted bus window.”
“He shows the patient how the latter, who had seen through the analysis that his love for his father has been exaggerated and morbid, had been able to control this, and how he now transfers to him, the assisting physician, the need for love, freed from suffering along the way of sublimated homo-sexuality.”
“All of the Greek and Latin sources are collected in one place, in the original languages, in Giulia Stampacchia, La Tradizione della Guerra di Spartaco di Sallusto a Orosio The Tradition of the Spartacus War from Sallust to Orosius (Pisa: Giardini, 1976), which also offers (in Italian) a careful and measured study of the narrative of the revolt as seen through the various sources.”
“The Great Lawn—and the main body of the Pastranzo concert—could be seen through the trees.”
“Thanet suspected that Fester's thought processes had paralleled his own and that he too had seen through her reaction - his hands had clenched on his knees and a fleeting expression of disillusionment had crossed his face, vanishing so quickly that Thanet might have missed it if he hadn't been watching him so closely.”
“His predecessor Anaximander sug - gested a more elaborate and artificial analogy in which he pictured the heavenly bodies as wheels of fire enclosed in mist; the stars themselves are seen through openings in the mist, and he described eclipses of the sun and moon as being due to the temporary blocking of their apertures.”
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