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In the land of the short-sighted, is it possible that the blind man is king?
How short-sighted, irresponsible and narcissistic of people to have so many kids.
He belongs to that keen, yet short-sighted class, who consider suspicion of all whose honesty is not proved as a sign of wisdom.
When all is said, poor Diana appears—despite her cunning—to have been short-sighted.
The short-sighted thrift-preachers would naturally be astounded at the outcome.
They are short-sighted in this, for they overlook the results that must attend the alliance with Urbino.
It was a short-sighted and mistaken policy of government that dictated this measure.
shortsighted short·sight·ed (shôrt'sī'tĭd)