in someone's line of sight

idiom
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of in someone's line of sight

:within someone's view :where someone can see (something or someone)
  • I sat where I wasn't in his line of sight.
; also :blocking someone's view
  • A large pole was directly in my line of sight.

Word by Word Definitions

someone play
  1. : some person : somebody

line play
  1. : a length of cord or cord-like material: such as

  2. : a comparatively strong slender cord

  3. : clothesline

  1. : to mark or cover with a line or lines

  2. : to depict with lines : draw

  3. : to place or form a line along

  1. : to cover the inner surface of

  2. : to put something in the inside of : fill

  3. : to serve as the lining of

sight play
  1. : something that is seen : spectacle

  2. : a thing regarded as worth seeing

  3. : something ludicrous or disorderly in appearance

  1. : to get or catch sight of

  2. : to look at through or as if through a sight

  3. : to aim by means of sights

  1. : based on recognition or comprehension without previous study

  2. : payable on presentation


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