eyesight

[ahy-sahyt]
noun
1.
the power or faculty of seeing.
2.
the act or fact of seeing.
3.
the range of the eye: to come within eyesight.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; see eye, sight

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eyesight (ˈaɪˌsaɪt)
 
n
the ability to see; faculty of sight

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eyesight
c.1200, from eye + sight.
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Medical Dictionary

eyesight eye·sight (ī'sīt')
n.

  1. The faculty of sight; vision.

  2. Range of vision; view.

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Example sentences
Your eyesight will become fuzzy and you may experience double vision.
Academics tend to read a lot and have poor eyesight.
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  they're surprisingly inexpensive.
Hippos have poor eyesight but an excellent sense of smell, and he's caught our
  scent.
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