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Noun
Plural for a place of interest or wonder, especially to tourists and visitors
“The historical city is home to many must-see tourist sights.”
Noun
Spectacles or displays, usually impressive
Noun
A person who designs, builds, or maintains engines, machines, or structures
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Noun
Plural for the faculty or power of seeing
“Of twenty thousand school children, more than half had normal eyes with perfect sight.”
Noun
Plural for the action or fact of seeing someone or something
“The quick eye of the Tuscarora instantly caught a sight of the smoke.”
Noun
Plural for the area or distance within which someone can see or something can be seen
“The only thing within sight was a figure off in the distance.”
Noun
Plural for the area around oneself that is in view
“Get out of my sight, before I pump you full of lead.”
Noun
Plural for a person or thing having a ridiculous, repulsive, or disheveled appearance
“I must have been a sight in my blood-stained dress and shoes that were still oddly contorted from the crash.”
Noun
Plural for a significant or considerable amount
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“The interior looked a good sight better than the outside of the building, but so far, it hadn't reached enchantment level.”
Noun
(dated) Plural for a person's view or consideration
“The first step on the road to heaven for each of us is to realize our true spiritual state in the sight of God.”
Noun
Plural for a thing or a quality of something that causes wonder
Noun
Plural for device for aiming
Noun
Plural for a person or sight of unusual beauty
Noun
Plural for breadth or range of outlook
Noun
Plural for a locating device
Noun
Plural for attention to or concern for something
Noun
Plural for the action of directing something at an object
Noun
Plural for the action or process of identifying the presence of something concealed
Noun
Plural for the state of being grand or majestic, especially visually
Noun
Plural for a fact or situation that is observed to exist, especially whose cause is in question
Verb
To (manage to) see or observe (someone or something)
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“Helped by the bright moonlight, we managed to sight the coast at a distance of five leagues by about two o'clock in the morning.”
Verb
To aim, point or direct (an object)
“When mounted properly, it will enable you to focus and sight your camera at chest level.”
Verb
To find out or to discover through searching or studying
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