What is the opposite of blind?

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Adjective
Opposite of unable to see because of injury, disease, or a congenital condition
“In a study, congenitally blind compared to sighted individuals showed frequently shorter latencies and higher amplitudes of auditory brainstem responses.”
Adjective
Opposite of not determined by reason
“The rules concerning precautions in an attack are also germane to deciding whether a weapon is used in a discriminate manner.”
Adjective
Opposite of rash or impulsive in nature
“On the one hand, he is likely to make a considered choice, but on the other, he's also likely to lament over the many other options he didn't pick.”
Adjective
Opposite of characterized by force or intensity
“He was remarkably stoical, which was even more impressive since he was suffering from a mild gastrointestinal upset at the time.”
Adjective
Opposite of ignorant or unmindful, especially of something important
“He is a pragmatist who is painfully aware of how hard it is to effect change in large organizations.”
Adjective
Opposite of lacking in empathy
“My own post-traumatic stress syndrome is part of what makes me empathetic to the plight of veterans from past wars.”
Adjective
Opposite of lacking intellect or good judgment
“The Schmidts are not particularly perceptive, so they did not notice the warning signs of drug abuse.”
Adjective
Opposite of under the influence of alcohol
“Although Danny had been sober for a long stretch, you only had to scratch the surface to find that crazy, dramatic, addictlike behavior.”
Adjective
Opposite of closed at one end, or having a dead end
“Our gaze falls continually on the buildings stretched out in front of us, and never gets lost in the bleak emptiness of a dead-straight open-ended street.”
Adjective
Opposite of having no knowledge of a situation or fact
Adjective
Opposite of unreceptive to new ideas or information
Adjective
Opposite of not taking likely future developments into account
Adjective
Opposite of lacking direction
“Her goals were clear, and she lived her life in a purposeful manner.”
Verb
Opposite of to block or get in someone's line of vision
“If he could drop to the ledge and not fall into the bottom of the canyon five hundred feet below, he could get out of sight immediately.”
Verb
Opposite of to obscure to the eye or understanding
“It had been lying underground for thousands of years until a huge storm had blown away the desert sands to reveal it in all its glory.”
Verb
Opposite of to overawe someone, especially with words or facts they may not fully comprehend
“In attempting to elucidate the significance of this paradox, I want to proceed carefully.”
Verb
Opposite of to charm or beguile
“Those earphones stuffed into your head will repel men from saying a single word to you.”
Verb
Opposite of to deprive (someone) of understanding, judgment, or perception
“Things are not as clear-cut as you might think, so perhaps you should enlighten me.”
Verb
Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
Verb
(bore) Opposite of to blind or dazzle with light
Verb
(bore) Opposite of to blind or dazzle with light
Verb
Opposite of to make, or cause to be, blur or dim
Noun
Opposite of deception, especially when practiced under a false or assumed character
Noun
Opposite of something serving to hide or disguise something (else)
Noun
Opposite of a screen or blind, typically on a window
Noun
Opposite of a period of excessive indulgence in drinking alcohol
Noun
Opposite of a person or organization serving as a cover for subversive or illegal activities
“As long as the person has performed his duty to a decent-to-great standard, it should look great and be a representation of what they do.”
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