conspectuity

Conspectuity

Con`spec*tu"i*ty\ (-sp[e^]k*t[=u]"[i^]*t[y^]), n.; pl. Conspectuities (-t[i^]z). The faculty of seeing; sight; eye.

Note: [A word of Menenius's making. --Coriolanus ii. 1.] --Shak.
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