near-sighted

[ neer-sahy-tid, -sahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF near-sighted
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The judges of the earth are near-sighted and prone to be deceived.

Then, unless the Japs are near-sighted, I expect an easy time when I go out.

Pa is near-sighted, and he said he wanted me to go along and show him things.

I had had enough of the supercilious, near-sighted eyes of the Teuton.

Nathaniel raised his book so as to hide his face, like one near-sighted.

I did not know she was near-sighted, and had not seen me drinking her thoroughwort.

Pierre Cruzatte was near-sighted and one-eyed, but what of that?

The king was near-sighted and the mist once more thickening.

I replied that I was mistaken if he were not as near-witted as he was near-sighted.

As you say, I am small, and a near-sighted person might easily suppose me to be younger than I am.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.