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How Do You Spell SIGHT?

Correct spelling for the English word "sight" is [s_ˈaɪ_t], [sˈa͡ɪt], [sˈa‍ɪt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SIGHT

  1. s[=i]t, n. act of seeing: view: faculty of seeing: that which is seen: a spectacle: an object of especial interest: space within vision: examination: a small opening for looking through at objects: a metal pin on the top of a barrel of a gun to guide the eye in taking aim: (slang) a great many or a great deal.--v.t. to catch sight of: to present to sight or put under notice.--adjs. SIGHT'ED, having sight of some special character, as short-sighted: fitted with a sight, as a firearm; SIGHT'LESS, wanting sight: blind: (Shak.) invisible: (Shak.) unsightly, ugly.--adv. SIGHT'LESSLY.--ns. SIGHT'LESSNESS; SIGHT'LINESS.--adjs. SIGHT'LY, pleasing to the sight or eye: comely; SIGHT'-OUTRUN'NING (Shak.), running faster than the eye can follow.--ns. SIGHT'-READ'ER, one who reads at sight, as musical notes, passages in a foreign tongue, &c.; SIGHT'-READING; SIGHT'-SEE'ING, the act of seeing sights: eagerness to see novelties or curiosities; SIGHT'-S[=E]'ER, one who is eager to see novelties or curiosities; SIGHTS'MAN, a local guide; SEC'OND-SIGHT, a gift of prophetic vision, long supposed in the Scottish Highlands and elsewhere to belong to particular persons.--AT SIGHT, without previous study or practice; AT SIGHT, AFTER SIGHT, terms applied to bills or notes payable on, or after, presentation; LOSE SIGHT OF, to cease to see: to overlook; OUT OF SIGHT, too far away to be seen: not in sight: (coll.) beyond comparison; PUT OUT OF SIGHT, to remove from vision: (slang) to consume, as food. [A.S. siht, ge-siht--ge-segen, pa.p. of seón, to see; Ger. sicht.]

Common Misspellings for SIGHT

Below is the list of 352 misspellings for the word "sight".

Usage Examples for SIGHT

  1. There was nobody in sight. - "The Tracer of Lost Persons" by Robert W. Chambers
  2. And Cuffy went right down out of sight. - "The Tale of Cuffy Bear" by Arthur Scott Bailey
  3. I never saw a more beautiful sight. - "Abbeychurch or, Self-Control and Self-Conceit" by Charlotte M. Yonge
  4. My sight is gone! - "The Redemption of David Corson" by Charles Frederic Goss
  5. I would not have any one else catch sight of them for a good deal, but I would show you them in a moment. - "The Danvers Jewels, and Sir Charles Danvers" by Mary Cholmondeley

What does sight stand for?

Abbreviation SIGHT means:

  1. Special Individual Giving Heart And Time
  2. Service Information Guidance And Hospitality For Travelers

Conjugate verb Sight

CONDITIONAL

I would sight
you would sight
he/she/it would sight
we would sight
they would sight

CONDITIONAL CONTINUOUS

I would be sighting
you would be sighting
he/she/it would be sighting
we would be sighting
they would be sighting

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have sight
you would have sight
he/she/it would have sight
we would have sight
they would have sight

CONDITIONAL PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I would have been sighting
you would have been sighting
he/she/it would have been sighting
we would have been sighting
they would have been sighting

FUTURE

I will sight
you will sight
he/she/it will sight
we will sight
they will sight

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be sighting
you will be sighting
he/she/it will be sighting
we will be sighting
they will be sighting

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have sighted
you will have sighted
he/she/it will have sighted
we will have sighted
they will have sighted

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been sighting
you will have been sighting
he/she/it will have been sighting
we will have been sighting
they will have been sighting

IMPERATIVE

you sight
we let´s sight

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to sight

PAST

I sighted
you sighted
he/she/it sighted
we sighted
they sighted

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was sighting
you were sighting
he/she/it was sighting
we were sighting
they were sighting

PAST PARTICIPLE

sighted

PAST PERFECT

I had sighted
you had sighted
he/she/it had sighted
we had sighted
they had sighted

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been sighting
you had been sighting
he/she/it had been sighting
we had been sighting
they had been sighting

PRESENT

I sight
you sight
he/she/it sights
we sight
they sight

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am sighting
you are sighting
he/she/it is sighting
we are sighting
they are sighting

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

sighting

PRESENT PERFECT

I have sighted
you have sighted
he/she/it has sighted
we have sighted
they have sighted

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been sighting
you have been sighting
he/she/it has been sighting
we have been sighting
they have been sighting
I would have sighted
we would have sighted
you would have sighted
he/she/it would have sighted
they would have sighted
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