Dr Thorpe might have spared his concern; for Queen Elizabeth was much too near-sighted to detect the patch.
The judges of the earth are near-sighted and prone to be deceived.
I would go myself if I only had the strength and were not near-sighted.
I did not know she was near-sighted, and had not seen me drinking her thoroughwort.
But the large room was dusky, and Miss Harrison near-sighted; she observed nothing.
Pierre Cruzatte was near-sighted and one-eyed, but what of that?
He had always been near-sighted, and now his vision almost failed.
I replied that I was mistaken if he were not as near-witted as he was near-sighted.
I had had enough of the supercilious, near-sighted eyes of the Teuton.
He was a sickly, nervous, near-sighted boy of twelve when he arrived in the West.
nearsighted near·sight·ed (nēr'sī'tĭd)
Unable to see distant objects clearly; myopic.