For it is not necessary that a subject receptive of the qualities should always have either the one or the other; that which has not yet advanced to the state when sight is natural is not said either to be blind or to see.
The man who has become blind does not regain his sight; the man who has become bald does not regain his hair; the man who has lost his teeth does not grow his grow a new set.
Neither sight nor the eye in which sight resides is the sun?
Then the sun is not sight, but the author of sight who is recognised by sight.
But among the lower classes the art of Sight
Recognition is regarded as an unattainable luxury.
Here they found a woman who had a strange tale to relate of a remarkable sight
she had witnessed that very morning.
At the sight
of the thing--a man mauling with his bare hands one of the most relentless and fierce of the jungle carnivora--Mugambi's eyes bulged from their sockets, and from entertaining a sullen respect for the giant white man who had made him prisoner, the black felt an almost worshipping awe of Tarzan.
They were in a blue funk, and the sight
of the naked white warrior stepping silently out of the jungle through which they had just passed had been sufficient shock to let loose in action all the pent nerve energy of Malbihn, who had been the first to see the strange apparition.
I was still some distance ahead of Delcarte and Taylor, when I came in sight
of the Rhine again.
A backward glance gave me a glimpse of the first of the Sagoths at the far end of a considerable stretch of canyon through which we had just passed, and then a sudden turning shut the ugly creature from my view; but the loud howl of triumphant rage which rose behind us was evidence that the gorilla-man had sighted
For, had I sight
, I know not with what eyes I could have met my father in the shades, Or my poor mother, since against the twain I sinned, a sin no gallows could atone.
A Departure, the last professional sight
of land, is always good, or at least good enough.