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field of vision

noun
1.
the entire view encompassed by the eye when it is trained in any particular direction.
Also called visual field.
Origin
1930-1935
1930-35
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Examples for field of vision
  • She had precise knowledge of my field of vision and knew exactly when to strike.
  • As she tried to hold back another scream, her field of vision began to fade.
  • Optic nerve atrophy causes dimming of vision and reduction of the field of vision.
  • He simply had no visual awareness of things on the right side of his field of vision.
  • Parties and people-watching crowd the field of vision.
  • Approaching a blind curve, glance back, move across the road and run with traffic until reaching a normal field of vision.
  • Positive auras include bright or shimmering light or shapes at the edge of the field of vision called scintillating scotoma.
  • Optic nerve atrophy causes vision to dim and reduces the field of vision.
  • Each eye projects the left side of its field of vision to the right hemisphere, and the right side to the left hemisphere.
  • Thin frames deliver extraordinarily wide field of vision.

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