In 1991, before he was pope, he suffered a hemorrhagic stroke that briefly affected his eyesight.
Mr. Sorensen, a longtime friend of the Petersons, was recovering from a recent stroke and had all but lost his eyesight.
Sir Edward had lost his eyesight and most of his ability to hear the music that drove his remarkable professional career.
Her doctor had confirmed that her eyesight would never improve.
The memoir, she explains, was an attempt to interpret the loss of eyesight constructively.
It was this woman's instinct, that men never believe in, and the girl's eyesight.
Im too old to piece patchwork, myself—my eyesight aint what it used to be.
Four days after the operation, the Chancellor continued, the headaches had disappeared, and my eyesight was greatly improved.
I am almost inclined to rejoice that my eyesight is gone, for I cannot see my deformity.
My eyesight is failing, and I could no longer sketch, even if my health would permit it.
eyesight eye·sight (ī'sīt')
The faculty of sight; vision.
Range of vision; view.