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Synonyms for sight

attraction

eyesore

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catch sight of something or someone

set your sights on something or someone

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an act of directing the eyes on an object

the faculty of seeing

an unsightly object

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At least a dozen children were either born blind or have been gradually losing sight within a few years of birth.
They also assert that with the addition of "educational apartheid," today's colleges are losing sight of their mission to create scholars who are humanitarians and idealists.
She's allowed herself to evolve and change without losing sight of herself or compromising what she believes is truly important.
Even one interview with a bureau chief would have shed significant light on what it was like to try to make sense of irregular field reports without losing sight of other organizations' reporting in the war's 24-hour news cycle.
Global Design encourages clients to think globally when developing their brand identity, without losing sight of what is important on a local level.
In the process, he reaffirms the ultimate incommensurability of these two positions without losing sight of the spaces in which they might overlap.
PDT provides a more efficient method of working with data by enabling end users to view important detail without losing sight of the surrounding information.
The scale of most of the selection allows a thorough inspection of some of the smallest details, sometimes even of the rainwater pipes, witho ut losing sight of the building as a whole.
This focused effort runs the risk of developing compartmentalized thinking and of losing sight of the bigger picture.
In his October 2, 1979, address to the XXXIV General Assembly of the United Nations Organization, Pope John II said, "the most frequent pitfall for human activities is the possibility of losing sight, while performing them, of the clearest truths, the most elementary principles.