clear-sighted

[kleer-sahy-tid]
adjective
1.
having clear or sharp eyesight.
2.
having or marked by keen perception or sound judgment: a clear-sighted, analytical approach.

Origin:
1580–90

clear-sightedly, adverb
clear-sightedness, noun
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clear-sighted
 
adj
1.  involving accurate perception or judgment: a clear-sighted compromise
2.  having clear vision
 
clear-'sightedly
 
adv
 
clear-'sightedness
 
n

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Example sentences
But well-directed funding and commitment to clear-sighted public health
  policies sometimes are.
Her clear-sighted boss realised that this was not what she really wanted to do.
He was a clear-sighted realist about what was happening to him, and what would
  or would not come after.
He offered a clear-sighted view of what needs to be done to prepare for the
  future.
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