Thesaurus / sightly
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It lies clean and sightly between its mountain and the river under the clear Canadian sky.

The Gold TrailHarold Bindloss

She could see its sightly tower a long way down Seventeenth street, but there were no cars in sight at that instant.

A facing of metal, stone, or wood encasing a kernel—usually of some less firm or sightly material.

History of Ancient ArtFranz von Reber

No—I haven't seen that most sightly cold lady to-day—more's the pity!

The SeekerHarry Leon Wilson

Asters make a sightly bed because of the uniform height of each class and because of their blooming at the same time.

These resorts are popular from their sightly location along the shores of Buzzards Bay.

A carved box is much more “sightly” and solid than an ordinary waste-paper basket.

A Manual of Wood CarvingCharles G. Leland

Put this on the ice, and the next day you will have what our grandmothers used to call "a sightly dish."

Gala Day LuncheonsCaroline Benedict Burrell

Couched cord or filoselle is useful in covering the raw edge of the onlay, not so much masking the joints as making them sightly.

Art in NeedleworkLewis F. Day

Then before the next week she got for Sally a poke bonnet that was both warm and sightly.

Maid SallyHarriet A. Cheever

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