It was the result of a chain of good decisions—wise, prudent, long-sighted, or, at the least, expedient choices.
After travelling a few miles I espied a black speck very far away, for I am long-sighted.
Her eyes well-opened and blue-grey, long-sighted and extremely honest.
I know now that Larsan, or Ballmeyer, is long-sighted and that these glasses belonged to him.
He was long-sighted, and he had seen very well who it was that was talking to Meg in the road.
The landlord could not see all this so sharply, being confused, and not so long-sighted as Tom.
Ratman is too long-sighted not to see that I can help him in the matter, and that on my own terms.
I look upon a long-sighted man as a brute who, not being able to see with his mind, is obliged to see with his body.
Fig. 118a represents the normal condition of a long-sighted eye.
The simple eyes are supposed, by Professor Mller, to be the short-sighted eyes, and the compound eyes the long-sighted ones.