a.1.Having a clear physical or mental vision; having a clear understanding.
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His good-nature often made him quick and clear-seeing in personal matters, and he had divined from Dorothea's glance at her husband that there was some alarm in her mind.
Nothing could destroy its exquisite oval, its well-nigh classic lines, its delicately stencilled brows, its large brown eyes, clear-seeing and calm, gloriously calm.
She was frightened, but clear-seeing, and she was startled by the disappearance of all depth of light and shadow in his eyes.
Not God alternates between the voice of an increasingly clear-seeing patient and a doctor who cannot not see the signposts of serious disease.