Thesaurus / far-sighted

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

A far-sighted person would have foreseen other results from the mixture beside the chemical action of the iodine on the starch.

The far-sighted Paterson hoped to found a colonial empire and to enrich his own country by the resulting trade.

And an optician is just as likely as not to fit a near-sighted man with far-sighted glasses.

Cluthe's Advice to the RupturedChas. Cluthe & Sons

It was a far-sighted plan, and meant that the lines would eventually drop into his or his sons' basket.

The FinancierTheodore Dreiser

The money meant more to them than anything: this was no time to be far-sighted.

What you undertake you carry through; and you are far-sighted, you see what others of your age do not see.

Far-sighted enough to see the value of a college education, he went from the camp straight to the college classroom.

Gentlemen RoversE. Alexander Powell

Brilliant tactician as he was, Cromwell had hitherto given little evidence of far-sighted strategy.

MonkJulian Corbett

"Certainly," returned that far-sighted woman, guessing what the family matters might be, and approving them.

OverlandJohn William De Forest

Perhaps the most far-sighted—certainly, as the event showed, the most fortunate—single stroke of my campaign was done in Illinois.

The Plum TreeDavid Graham Phillips
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