sight


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Synonyms for sight

attraction

eyesore

Synonyms

catch sight of something or someone

set your sights on something or someone

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Synonyms for sight

an act of directing the eyes on an object

the faculty of seeing

an unsightly object

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References in classic literature ?
The moment my feet touched the ground I took out my knife and cut the threads that bound me, and the sight of me in my proper clothes so alarmed the roc that he spread his wings and flew away.
But among the lower classes the art of Sight Recognition is regarded as an unattainable luxury.
They were in a blue funk, and the sight of the naked white warrior stepping silently out of the jungle through which they had just passed had been sufficient shock to let loose in action all the pent nerve energy of Malbihn, who had been the first to see the strange apparition.
I was reminded of it, however, by the sight of the same pair of simple pilgrims at whom we had laughed so heartily when Apollyon puffed smoke and steam into their faces at the commencement of our journey.
What in the Hebrides and other places, where the Sight is a cult--a belief--is called 'the doom'-- the court from which there is no appeal.
They could see the natives running and scattering in all directions at the sight of the Victoria.
The soldiers caught sight of his tall form as he plunged into battle, and there rose a cry of--
Mayhap I may chance to catch a sight of the dainty brown darlings thus early in the morn.
for a moment no one of them could believe that they had really seen live animals in the open--a herd of wild deer, and the sight aroused a childlike excitement in them, dissipating their gloom.
I looked and could have shouted in delight at the sight that met my eyes, for there stood Ja, waving frantically to me, and urging me to run for it to the cliff's base.
We made splendid headway on the trip, coming into sight of land at last.
The following day Tarzan came within sight of the German lines.
At sight of the panther the great apes took to flight, but after a time Tarzan succeeded in recalling them.
Here they found a woman who had a strange tale to relate of a remarkable sight she had witnessed that very morning.
He wiped the blood from his eyes, caught sight of me, and roared with fury.