It was the result of a chain of good decisions—wise, prudent, long-sighted, or, at the least, expedient choices.
After travelling a few miles I espied a black speck very far away, for I am long-sighted.
Ratman is too long-sighted not to see that I can help him in the matter, and that on my own terms.
I know now that Larsan, or Ballmeyer, is long-sighted and that these glasses belonged to him.
Her eyes well-opened and blue-grey, long-sighted and extremely honest.
The landlord could not see all this so sharply, being confused, and not so long-sighted as Tom.
He was long-sighted, and he had seen very well who it was that was talking to Meg in the road.
I look upon a long-sighted man as a brute who, not being able to see with his mind, is obliged to see with his body.
Fig. 118a represents the normal condition of a long-sighted eye.
The simple eyes are supposed, by Professor Mller, to be the short-sighted eyes, and the compound eyes the long-sighted ones.