lose sight of
Definition of lose sight of
: to be no longer be able to see (someone or something) We lost sight of the plane. —often used figuratively We must not lose sight of our goal.
Word by Word Definitions
: to miss from one's possession or from a customary or supposed place
: to suffer deprivation of : part with especially in an unforeseen or accidental manner
: something that is seen : spectacle
: something ludicrous or disorderly in appearance
: a great number or quantity
: to get or catch sight of
: to look at through or as if through a sight
: to test for straightness
: based on recognition or comprehension without previous study
: payable on presentation
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