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peripheral vision

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I’ve been testing the men’s cylindrical M4 goggles, which feature extremely clear lenses—one for bright days and one for low light—and offer excellent peripheral vision.

For some people, wearing two masks can impede breathing or obstruct peripheral vision that could lead to a fall and result in injury.

In order to have the safest and most pleasant experience navigating the slopes you ideally want to have a wide view that allows for optimal peripheral vision.

You can’t focus on any one part without suspecting there is something in your peripheral vision that is probably more important.

They told the volunteers that the color in their peripheral vision would go away and asked them announce when they noticed this.

Then I saw something in my peripheral vision, close to my back.

Every few weeks I get so far behind on sleep that I lose my peripheral vision.

But the thing is that your peripheral vision becomes so much greater, so you see a lot more with your eye.

With acute peripheral vision, he is able to say that few people look at his face in alarm.

Mothers, generally, have a special peripheral vision, or smell, or spider-sense that picks up ambient children.

No doubt, also, it is the rods that give to peripheral vision its great sensitivity to moving objects.

In his peripheral vision, he saw Wiener wilt, look away and then turn and leave the room.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to peripheral vision, such as: field of view, horizon, ken, line of sight, line of vision, and peripheral field.

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