Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Eyesight \Eye"sight`\, n. Sight of the eye; the sense of seeing; view; observation.
Josephus sets this down from his own eyesight.
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n. 1 vision or the faculty of sight. 2 view or the range of vision.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Usage examples of "eyesight".
Clara might restore her eyesight, and in her old age she preferred her blindness.
Through blurring eyesight he caught the sight of faces: bandits, every one, judging from appearances.
He still had a little of his eyesight left, though within the following five years he would lose the last vestiges of it.
Aided by his marvelous new eyesight, he was able to steer well clear of these bodies of marine infantry.
Harry must have told Jane, since with eyesight like hers she could hardly have deciphered the advertisement.
His superior Vulcan eyesight had quickly adapted to the darkness, and he was able to read the faint markings of his tricorder.
They can see him too, they have eyesight like ten magnifying glasses, those things can count the change in your pocket.
Bats that rely on smell or eyesight to hunt tend to be frugivorous or nectarivorous.
If I could confuse this pleasant stranger with Fust, then my eyesight must be worse than I thought.
Now, even with superb eyesight, he began to have trouble locating places to lay over during the day, spots along the shore where he might hope to pass the daylight hours entirely unobserved.
She carried a long-handled lorgnette in her right hand, an affectation she had indulged in for as far back as Aidan could remember, though he suspected that, as with Wulf and his quizzing glass, she had perfect eyesight.
Not after he edited out the oncogenes and selected for longevity, good eyesight, good teeth, and the rest of it.
The ghastly realization undid him, that the conflagration must have spoiled his eyesight.
Long years ago we were forced to either lose the power uff vision entirely or adapt our eyesight to seeing in the dark.
Even his eyesight had begun to wham in and out a little, making dots of light race across his field of vision.