sightliness


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sight·ly

 (sīt′lē)
adj. sight·li·er, sight·li·est
1. Pleasing to see; visually appealing.
2. Affording a fine view; scenic.

sight′li·ness n.
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He said the "loftiness, sightliness and pleasantness" of its structures brought the "model of excellent building into these remote parts".
It separates the cooking area from the other areas without blocking sightliness. On this island, materials and colors contrast with the rest of the kitchen to visually identify it as the kitchen's center.