sight[ sahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF sight
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIGHT
She had left these two boys, unwelcome appendages in his sight.
She'd marry me—she'd marry you, if you was the best thing in sight.
It would be pleasanter inland, but we must be near the shore, so as to be in sight of ships.
There was no one in sight, but it was evident that a party from an American ship had visited the island.
They stopped short in surprise at the sight of Robert and Bates.
To the North, South, and East nothing but spinifex sand-hills in sight.
As for my brother, he seemed enchanted with the sight, and especially with the ladies.
From the camp only plains were in sight, not a tree visible.
I can see the dominoes with my fingers—touch is just as good as sight.
As the boat floated on, every sight and sound appeared strange.