Definition of line of vision
- The pole was right in my line of vision.
: a length of cord or cord-like material: such as
: a comparatively strong slender cord
: to mark or cover with a line or lines
: to depict with lines : draw
: to place or form a line along
: to cover the inner surface of
: to put something in the inside of : fill
: to serve as the lining of
: the act or power of seeing : sight
: the special sense by which the qualities of an object (such as color, luminosity, shape, and size) constituting its appearance are perceived through a process in which light rays entering the eye are transformed by the retina into electrical signals that are transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve
: something seen in a dream, trance, or ecstasy
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