clear-sighted clear-sighted


  1. (adj) having sharp clear vision
  2. (adj) mentally acute or penetratingly discerning



  • Nicole Holofcener's Beautiful Imperfections

    Francine Prose Under Nicole Holofcener’s skillful direction, the actors in Enough Said never seem to be movie stars impersonating real people. She’s not afraid to let her characters be at once flawed and appealing, strong and weak, damaged and healthy, generous and self-centered; even the most clear-sighted must cope with disabling blind spots. They seem like human beings, and if they behave ...
    on September 21, 2013     Source: New York Review of Books


  1. "With her capable hand and clear-sighted vision, she piloted LA World Airports to new heights, keeping operations running safely and smoothly while bringing us closer to our ultimate destination - creating a truly regional approach to air...
    on Jan 2, 2007 By: Antonio Villaraigosa Source: San Fernando Valley Business Journal Online (registration)

  2. "It is important that Syria takes on a full role in the affairs of the region," Sarkozy said following the talks, describing France's revived dialogue with Syria as "clear-sighted, frank and loyal."
    on Jul 12, 2008 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: AFP

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