He is shrewd; it may be that he sees through all this myth of “the gentleman.”
He sees through the intellect rather than through the perceptions.
And that the King is old and ill, and sees through gray glasses.
She sees through us all with those eyes of hers—ay, and beyond!
She's a great satirist; she sees through us all and she works us up.
The Marxian sees through this latter camouflage, but not through the former.
Something seemed to say, You may as well tell him, for he sees through you, anyhow.
She seemed to see through her brother, as one sees through glass.
He who sees through the design, presides over it, and must will that which must be.
One of the kind what sees through the outside of things to what's underneath.