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Wolf spiders hunt mainly by sight.
I'm having laser treatment to improve my sight.
He has lost 75 per cent of his sight in his right eye.
people with poor sight
I can't stand the sight of blood.
It was love at first sight, and they got married two weeks later.
I don't know him personally, but I know him by sight.
The captain ordered us to shoot any strangers on sight.
The team has set its sights on the national championship.
She clearly has her sights set on a top job.
You should lower your sights and accept less money.
This is the British English definition of sight. View American English definition of sight.
a room in a church used for storing things
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