(n) The work or reality of seeing: longing for a sight of land; caught sight of an uncommon bird.
(n) Field of sight.
(v) To view with the eyes; get sight of: sighted land after 40 days at ocean.
(v) to see or watch through a sight or an optical tool: sight a target.
(v) to regulate the places of (a rifle, like).
(v) To direct a person's look; look carefully.
(v) To simply take aim: sighted across the barrel of this firearm.
(v) To take aim by a sight.
(i) on picture Immediately upon being seen: threatened to take looters on picture.
(i) away from picture Slang Remarkable; incredible: The graduation party was regarding picture.
(i) sight for sore eyes Informal One whom its a relief or pleasure to see.
(v) To visually register.
(v) to have sight of (anything).
(v) To simply take aim at.
in the future coming soon or get picture of; bring into view, particularly into a person's own view, as by strategy or by search; make visually noticeable to a person's self: as, to sight land; to picture online game.
To simply take a sight of; make an observation of, specifically with a musical instrument: as, to sight a star.
In com., presenting to sight; bring under notice: because, to sight a bill (that's, presenting it towards drawee for acceptance).