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Are we all more clear-sighted than we suppose—or more sentimental?
The world is more refined, more effeminate, more clear-sighted.
I don't profess to be more clear-sighted than other people, but—but, still, there it is.
The Frankists, more clear-sighted, had discovered the half-concealed secret of the Zohar.
The Jewish sage could not have wished for a warmer, more inspired, more clear-sighted interpreter.
More clear-sighted than her aunt, Madeleine saw plainly that the day would soon come when everything would have to be explained.
Bice was more clear-sighted, but she thought Milady was displeased with her own proceedings, and sought no further for a cause.
I am sure that every day will make Stanton more clear-sighted, and more radical in the question of Union and rebellion.
But the politicians who led on this class were not more clear-sighted than the host of petty tradesmen which followed them.
They serve as examples and rallying points for other generations, more clear-sighted and less degenerate.