(Phrases). To have an eye upon; keep in sight; look about one; glance round; run the eye over; lift up one's eyes; see at a glance, or with half an eye; keep a look-out for; to see with one's own eyes; to see through.
To look intently, strain one's eyes, be all eyes, look full in the face, stare, gaze, pore over, gloat on, leer, to see with half an eye, to blink, goggle, ogle; to play at bo-peep.
(Adjectives). Visual, ocular, optic, optical.
Seeing, etc., the eyes being directed to, fixed, riveted upon.
Clear-sighted, sharp-sighted, quick-sighted, eagle-eyed, hawk-eyed, lynx-eyed, keen-eyed, Argus-eyed, piercing, penetrating.
(Phrase). The scales falling from one's eyes.
(Adverbs). Visibly, etc., at sight, in sight of, to one's face, before one's face, with one's eyes open, at a glance, at first sight, at sight.
(Interjections). Look! behold! see! lo! mark! observe! lo and behold!
(Verbs). To be blind, etc., not to see, to lose sight of.
Not to look, to close or shut the eyes, to look another way, to turn away or avert the eyes, to wink, blink, nictitate.
To render blind, etc., to put out the eyes, to blind, blindfold, hoodwink, daze, dazzle.
(Phrases). To throw dust into the eyes; jeter de la poudrè aux yeux.
(Adjectives). Blind, purblind, eyeless, sightless, visionless, dark, stone-blind, sand-blind, stark-blind, mope-eyed, dazzled, hood-winked, blindfolded, undiscerning.
(Phrases). Blind as a bat, as a buzzard, as a beetle, as a mole, as an owl.
(Adverbs). Blindly, etc., blind-fold.
Dim-sightedness (Substantives), lippitude, confusion of vision, scotomy, failing sight, short-sightedness, myopia, nictitation, long-sightedness, presbyopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism, squint, strabismus, wall- eye, cast of the eye, double sight; an albino.
Fallacies of vision: deceptio visus, refraction, false light, phantasm, anamorphosis, distortion, looming, mirage, fata Morgana, the spectre of the Brocken, ignis fatuus, phantasmagoria, dissolving views, etc.
Limitation of vision: blinker, screen.
(Verbs). To be dim-sighted, etc., to see double, to squint, goggle, look askant, or askance, to see through a prism, wink, nictitate.
To glare, dazzle, loom.
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