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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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Synonyms for sight

an act of directing the eyes on an object

the faculty of seeing

an unsightly object

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There are many metallic surfaces in the film, and from time to time, one catches sight of the camera in one of the large plate-glass windows.
Geek: Ambushed on her way to a birthday bash for Ronald McDonald, game gal Macy Gray catches sight of her reflection and has a good chortle.
Jean Jacques drags a hermit from the woods deep and dark he wants to find a home for him near his own hearth While they're botanizing in a bush he catches sight of one of the twenty-eight shirts of his a thief keeps in hiding a hare making a delivery goes between two manzanillas Rousseau's thinking of Italy while the hermit says novenas I love to sing romances in the back of my canoe and in the woods beneath the branches to watch the river flow.
Looking at What's Next: As it tracks and analyzes thought and actions across the world, the Global Power Barometer (GPB) frequently catches sight of issues that will impact global politics.
And Eileen had better watch out because it won't just be Rivers that will be Stormy if the poor horse catches sight of herself in the mirror.