Definition of sighted
: having sight clear-sighted a sighted person
Recent Examples of sighted from the Web
At a secret conclave aboard a British dreadnought off the coast of Norway in late July, a far-sighted politician by the name of Winston Churchill, then First Lord of the Admiralty, worked with French, Russian and Turkish diplomats to forge a treaty.
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And major U.S. technology firms are joining them, which may end up minimizing the harmful impact of Trump's short-sighted decision.
The actors will know that audio description is taking place, as will the sighted members of the audience.
What opponents said Sen. Michael Skindell, the top Democrat on the finance committee, said the budget offers short-sighted, short-term solutions for long-term problems.
Unless your car is falling apart and has significant maintenance expenses looming, that's a very short-sighted decision.
Cue Sami's return to the house of horrors to convince his brother, with clear-sighted beneficence, to stop the cycle of violence.
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.
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Definition of sighted for English Language Learners
: able to see : not blind
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