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noun as in vision

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So that’s been comforting to know that we have eyes and eyesight into the same things an attacker would.

A separate group of 84 college students did the test by eyesight using 3-D computer images of those proteins instead of models they could actually feel.

When Norman starts to lose his eyesight, the family’s survival is at risk.

A separate group of 84 college students did the test by eyesight with 3-D computer images of proteins instead of models.

His eyesight improved to the point that he could point to an object, reach out and grasp it, and count its numbers.

Her doctor had confirmed that her eyesight would never improve.

The woman had shingles and severe arthritis, and her eyesight and hearing were diminishing.

Petit says that somebody once told him they understood his reliance on his eyesight, his sense of touch, even his sense of smell.

But it was still the place where Kandynce did not need eyesight to find a door or a drawer or a knob.

He contracts Kharga Fever, which renders him delirious and causes him gradually to lose his eyesight.

The foster-father, who was an American resident in Hong-Kong, found his eyesight gradually failing him.

Now, the only way for us to know anything beyond our eyesight, is to examine it, and gather testimony about it.

My health is good: only one thing troubles me a little—my eyesight, which is tried by my work.

The mat shop is beginning to affect my health: the dust has inflamed my throat, and my eyesight is weakening in the constant dusk.

His eyebrows were drawn down, as if the process of storing up eyesight for his old age was somewhat laborious.


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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to eyesight, such as: perception, optics, seeing, sight, view, and perceiving.

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