from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not visible or apparent; unseen.
- adj. Prevented from seeing; having an obstructed view. Used especially of sports officials.
- adj. Having no sight for aiming. Used of a firearm.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not sighted; unseen.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not sighted, or seen.
- adj. Not aimed by means of a sight; also, not furnished with a sight, or with a properly adjusted sight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not seen; invisible: as, an unsighted vessel. Not furnished with a sight or sights: as, an unsighted gun.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. unable to see
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Innovations mark this year's Mutya children aged seven to 14 who are 'unsighted' but musically inclined.
Boccia is best described as a wheelchair version of boules, while goalball is for unsighted athletes and resembles handball.
The midfielder César González scored the only goal just past the hour when he fired in a shot from outside the box past the static Ecuador goalkeeper Marcelo Elizaga, who was unsighted by one of his defenders.
I think you might have just won.75 mins A moment of panic for Stoke, as N'Zogbia whips a low free-kick through a crowd from the right-hand side, bouncing in front of the the unsighted Sorensen, who then fumbles his attempt to gather the ball.
By a series of sea disasters and delays too interminable to relate, she had made one of those long, unsighted passages such as occur once or twice in half a century.
I would also like to add to my comment above, that if we are going to start telling other hunters how they can hunt I suggest that we stop all hunting with firearms, and only allow unsighted traditional bows with stone tips and wrapped feather fletching!
McCarthy made the point that the first two goals, for Nani and Rooney, had a touch of fortune attached because of the way they went through a defender's legs, leaving the goalkeeper, Wayne Hennessey, unsighted.
Jimmy Rollins gets a base hit with center field John Jay unsighted by the bright sunshine in his eyes.
Habsi would like to say he was unsighted when Gardner drove a free-kick straight past him from 25 yards after Bendtner was adjudged to have been fouled, though it seemed more likely the Sunderland player took advantage of the wind rather than the rain.
The ball was cleared to Lombaerts on the edge of the area and he struck a sweet left-foot drive which beat a partially unsighted Howard.
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