Thesaurus / short-sighted
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But he was too short-sighted and too absent from the world of small facts and petty impulses to notice those who tittered at him.
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This, to any short-sighted person, might appear a very novel mode of filling our own pockets.
NUTS AND NUTCRACKERSCHARLES JAMES LEVER
So short-sighted that "she always seemed to be seeking something, moving her head from side to side to catch a sight of it."
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You'll pardon me, I'm sure, but I can't understand how I was so short-sighted as to marry your sister.
THE HUSBANDS OF EDITHGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
He was short-sighted, and, as the lamplight was poor, he had not noticed the boys' somewhat crude make-up.
Their consternation was excessive; and I diverted my misfortunes by jesting at such blundering, short-sighted keepers.
Mother Nature was weeping tears of sympathy for one so short-sighted and drawn to failure.
CHILD AND COUNTRYWILL LEVINGTON COMFORT
“That is short-sighted policy for the company itself, it seems to me,” commented Hugh.
THE SECRET CACHEE. C. [ETHEL CLAIRE] BRILL
It is the cleverly cynical account of the rescue by a worldly old uncle of a romantic and short-sighted nephew.
And short-sighted writers admire his deeds from one point of view and from another condemn the principal cause of them.
THE PRINCENICOLO MACHIAVELLI

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