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- adv. By means of sight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a visual manner; by sight; with reference to vision.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with respect to vision
"Most Americans are what I call 'visually challenged,' " Mr. Pinkerton said.
#40 POSTED BY john, Nov 18th, 2009 12: 33 pm like the list. big issues with the inclusion of speed racer, the fountain. i saw speed racer and i know why its overlooked. the fountain visually arresting but hardly enough to “overlook” the gaping narrative chasm plus it loses its way a bit. thanks Darren Aronofsky. john
It's not wrong to compliment someone on their physical attractiveness, but the public whistling/calling - from my point of view - implies that you are somehow walking there for their visual pleasure and they're letting you know that you succeeded in visually pleasing them.
Anything that gets folks thinking visually is good.
The only difference visually is that there appear to be sesame seeds on the top.
You make your own arguments, however poorly sourced and resourced I so often find them to be, and for that I for one feel generally obliged not to assist in visually burying your comments on these pages.
The CGI short, in short, visually rocked my world.
So I think Bayone will give the film a different look and style visually from the other two American directors for the Twilight saga.
While looking at Internet discussions within visually impaired communities, she noticed lots of talk about cooking.
Mr. Larson was not opposed to performing exorcisms in visually interesting places, including a haunted house in Savannah, Ga., a snow-covered rural cemetery in Pennsylvania, and the courtyard of a 1,000-year-old British abbey.
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