farsighted

[ fahr-sahy-tid, -sahy-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF farsighted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FARSIGHTED

But Michael shook his head, assuming a farsighted expression.

Some of the boys were farsighted enough to grasp what Elmer believed so firmly.

The Japanese are a farsighted people and war with them is an exact science.

The purchaser was a thrifty, farsighted traveling man who had wearied of the road and wanted to settle down.

He died the victim of his many treasons, by the farsighted barbarism of his accomplices.

Philopœmen was farsighted enough to see from the beginning that the Roman alliance would prove bad for Greece.

He was one of Egypt's most capable and farsighted kings, and being as well a fearless warrior, he carried all before him.

Other eyes which do not focus clearly on objects near at hand are said to be farsighted.

Mr. Jefferson's instructions to the young officer showed his own farsighted earnestness.

A farsighted America moved the world to a better place over these last 50 years.

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