Examples of eyesight in a Sentence
He wears glasses because his eyesight is not good.
the keen eyesight of a bird of prey
Recent Examples of eyesight from the Web
The shooting happened just before 4 p.m. in the 3200 block of Cedar Avenue Southwest, just out of eyesight of Wenohah High School, where Webb was a student.
But a lawsuit against the Cleveland Indians, brought forth by a fan who was struck in the back of the head by a foul part and partially lost his eyesight, failed in March however.
In fact, Typhlomys has a cousin, the Malabar spiny dormouse, that is also known for its poor eyesight and nocturnal, tree-climbing prowess.
Studies also look at the eyesight and sleep cycles of those who endure the four months of darkness that characterizes Antarctic winters.
The nun, Aunt Anna, was in her 70s by then and her eyesight wasn’t great.
Noisy by nature, and with amazing eyesight and hearing, domestic geese have been trained to guard police stations in China.
Darsan is Sanskrit for connecting spiritually and emotionally to an auspicious person or deity through eyesight.
With her eyesight dimming, Ms. Hazel would gently rub Morton’s hands.
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