Definition of sighted
: having sight clear-sighted a sighted person
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Saddam saw himself as a fearsome, benevolent sovereign, a cultured and far-sighted man, despite having left his native country only twice and repeatedly plunging his people into disastrous wars.
Trump's budget is a short-sighted, greedy proposal that will harm his voters the most.
Kal Penn (@kalpenn) June 1, 2017 Short-sighted #DonaldTrump quits Climate Accords.
June 1, 2017 Short-sighted #DonaldTrump quits Climate Accords.
That was short-sighted, according to Jeff Eckel, CEO at Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Inc., an Annapolis, Maryland, company that finances energy efficiency and renewable-energy projects.
GM and Ford, by contrast, which currently sell hybrid SUVs and trucks, have seen their reputations with consumers take a beating over short-sighted strategies, culminating in GM's portrayal in the movie Who Killed the Electric Car.
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Definition of sighted for English Language Learners
: able to see : not blind
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