eyeshot


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eye·shot

 (ī′shŏt′)
n.
The range of vision; sight.

eyeshot

(ˈaɪˌʃɒt)
n
range of vision; view

eye•shot

(ˈaɪˌʃɒt)

n.
range of vision; view.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.eyeshot - the range of the eyeeyeshot - the range of the eye; "they were soon out of view"
reach, range - the limits within which something can be effective; "range of motion"; "he was beyond the reach of their fire"
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Besides, the monkeys lived there as much as they could be said to live anywhere, and no self-respecting animal would come within eyeshot of it except in times of drought, when the half-ruined tanks and reservoirs held a little water.
(Cline puts Rasmussen's house, which the girls treat as a second home, within eyeshot of their school.) His wife, Naomi, though herself young and vulnerable, acts as his enabler; one of the girls remembers Naomi holding her hand as Rasmussen raped her.
He said: "Quite deliberately you chose to stand in the window of an upper room naked at a time when those girls or the woman was within eyeshot.
It is also paying a somewhat lesser amount for an AM with a Construction Permit for a Class D facility feeding a second FM translator, a presently dark facility within eyeshot of a popular factory outlet center along Interstate 40.
When you see a deer raise that big white flag, that's his way of signaling every other deer in eyeshot that danger lurks close by.
underwater drone from the water within eyeshot of a US.
Within eyeshot, and anchoring the ensembles themselves, was Geometry, 2018, an empty stage set left from the opening performance.
The cash goes into her handbag and the handbag either stays with her security team or goes out onstage and resides, within eyeshot, on the piano."
SPAWAR is located within eyeshot of San Diego's scenic and historic Old Town, while SSC PAC is nestled within the hills near Cabrillo National Monument.
Cavallini et al., "Contemporary antithrombotic strategies in patients with acute coronary syndrome admitted to cardiac care units in Italy: the EYESHOT study," European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care, vol.
The content makes no difference here, for any matter of public concern can be raised, as it was done in this case out of eyeshot and earshot of the plaintiff.