(Adjectives). Dim-sighted, half-sighted, short-sighted, near-sighted, myopic, long-sighted, hypermetropic, presbyopic, moon-eyed, mope-eyed, blear-eyed, goggle-eyed, wall-eyed, one-eyed, nictitating, winking, monoculous, amblyopic.

    (Phrases). Nimium ne crede colori; fronti nulla fides; things are seldom what they seem.

  • Spectator (Substantives), looker-on, bystander, inspector, spy, beholder, observer, star-gazer, etc., scout.
  • (Verbs). To witness, behold, etc.

  • Optical Instruments (Substantives), lens, meniscus, magnifier, microscope, megascope, spectacles, glasses, barnacles, goggles, pince-nez, lorgnette, folders, eye-glass, monocle, periscope, telescope, spy-glass, field-glass, opera-glass, glass, view-finder.
  • Mirror, reflector, speculum, looking-glass, pier-glass, cheval-glass, kaleidoscope.

    Prism, camera lucida, camera obscura, magic lantern, phantasmagoria, thaumatrope, chromatrope, stereoscope, pseudoscope, bioscope.

    Photometer, polariscope, spectroscope, collimator, polemoscope, eriometer, actinometer, lucimeter.

  • Visibility (Substantives), perceptibility, conspicuousness, distinctness, conspicuity, appearance, exposure.
  • (Verbs). To be visible, etc., to appear, come in sight, come into view, heave in sight, open to the view, catch the eye, show its face, present itself, show itself, manifest itself, produce itself, discover itself, expose itself, come out, come to light, come forth, come forward, arise, peep out, peer out, start up, loom, burst forth, break through the clouds, glare, reveal itself, betray itself.

    (Phrases). To show its colours; to tell its own tale; cela saute aux yeux; to stare one in the face.

    (Adjectives). Visible, perceptible, discernible, in sight, apparent, plain, manifest, patent, obvious, clear, distinct, definite, well-defined, well-marked, recognisable, evident, unmistakable, palpable, naked, bare, bare-faced, ostensible, conspicuous, prominent, staring, glaring, notable, notorious, overt, periscopic, panoramic.

    (Phrases). Open as day; clear as day; plain as a pikestaff; there is no mistaking; plain as the nose on one's face; oculis subjecta fidelibus; above-board; exposed to view; under one's nose; in bold relief; in the limelight.

    Intelligible, etc., see 518.

  • Invisibility (Substantives), indistinctness, inconspicuousness, imperceptibility, non-appearance, delitescence, concealment 526.
  • (Verbs). To be invisible, etc., to lie hidden, concealed, etc., to be in or under a cloud, in a mist, in a haze, etc.; to lurk, lie in ambush, skulk.

    Not to see, etc., to be blind to.

    To render invisible, to hide, conceal, etc. 528.

    (Adjectives). Invisible, imperceptible, unseen, unbeheld, undiscerned, viewless, undiscernible, indiscernible, sightless, undescried, unespied, unapparent, non-apparent, inconspicuous, hidden, concealed, etc. 528, covert.

    Confused, dim, obscure, dark, misty, hazy, foggy, indistinct, ill-defined, indefinite, ill-marked, blurred, shadowy, nebulous, shaded, screened, veiled, masked.

    Unintelligible, etc., see 519.

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