1. Slang. marvelous; great.
2. exceedingly high: an out-of-sight hospital bill.
[1895–1900, Amer.]
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The Mondeo Hybrid cars provided by Ford are also testing Emergency Electronic Brake Lights, which warn when a vehicle up ahead suddenly brakes hard -- even if the incident occurs out-of-sight -- up to a distance of 500 metres.
Finally, install the safe in a spot that is out-of-sight as well as convenient.
With the flexibility to easily locate Fibe TV anywhere in your home, the Fibe Wireless 4K Whole Home PVR features crystal clear 4K quality with 4 times the detail of Full HD, up to 150 hours of 4K recording capacity and Bluetooth remote that enables out-of-sight positioning of the PVR.
A new survey has revealed that millions of homes are at risk of an infestation because more than a third of pet owners have never treated their home for fleas, ignoring those out-of-sight spots under rugs and sofas which can become a breeding ground for them.
While the emirate's waste management system has proved to be effective at collecting waste from where it has been generated and removing it out-of-sight, there are significant gaps in the infrastructure and processes.
I can't now have it as an out-of-sight, out-of-mind possibility, lurking.
Guess what's cooking with the out-of-sight 'Hum Tum' girl?
They then stroll off, poo in hand, only to throw it down on the pavement at the earliest out-of-sight location.
This allows for out-of-sight operation, as well as piloting the car into dangerous situations or stunts while maintaining a safe operating distance.
There is an age factor in this out-of-sight, out-of-mind assumption: People who do not hear from you may think that for one reason or another, you have retired from the social scene.
Downton Abbey's" Lady Mary is fighting the out-of-sight, out-of-mind factor, having been off the air Stateside since February.
Instead Jones, accompanied by out-of-sight bodyguards, went himself to a neutral location.