How can we be so far-sighted as to miss the obvious things right before us?
We are lucky that so many were, like Lange, smart, even-handed, and far-sighted.
On the surface, the bill sounds libertarian, albeit in a far-sighted Blade Runner sort of way.
Nor is it the least of his merits, that to our gallant Navy Mr. Webster has been an early, far-sighted, and persevering friend.
But Father Gregory, whose old eyes were far-sighted, had seen it all.
This conversion was not the result of deep inward conviction, but of far-sighted craft.
Thrifty and far-sighted, as witness the good ten thousand in cash.
The old shipmasters bent their keen, far-sighted gaze seaward for a moment.
The man at the head of it all is wise and far-sighted and not easily discouraged.
Then, too, while these people are far-sighted in a good many ways, they are short-sighted in others.
farsighted far·sight·ed or far-sight·ed (fär'sī'tĭd)
Able to see distant objects better than objects at close range; hyperopic.
Capable of seeing to a great distance.