Is this neurosis, narcissism, or the farsighted wisdom that allows a fellow to win three hundred games?
He has received international recognition for his expertise and farsighted contributions to the mobile industry since 2005.
What farsighted men started the movement which resulted in our national government's making a great scenic park in Virginia?
Some of the boys were farsighted enough to grasp what Elmer believed so firmly.
Mr. Jefferson's instructions to the young officer showed his own farsighted earnestness.
The Japanese are a farsighted people and war with them is an exact science.
They could not then see how wise, how farsighted, how inevitable Roosevelt's decision was.
The purchaser was a thrifty, farsighted traveling man who had wearied of the road and wanted to settle down.
The eyeball of a farsighted person is very short, and the retina is too close to the crystalline lens.
He died the victim of his many treasons, by the farsighted barbarism of his accomplices.
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.