- having clear or sharp eyesight.
- having or marked by keen perception or sound judgment: a clear-sighted, analytical approach.
Origin of clear-sighted
Related Words for clear-sightedsensible, prudent, reasonable, skillful, shrewd, thorough, cautious, sane, circumspect, rational, expedient, sober, careful, considerate, astute, mindful, discerning, discriminating, perceptive, vigilant
Examples from the Web for clear-sighted
Historical Examples of clear-sighted
Mr Haredale is too just, too generous, too clear-sighted in his moral vision, to—'Barnaby Rudge
I'm clear-sighted enough about the people I make up in my books.Changing Winds
St. John G. Ervine
But the law must be enforced for the sake of the clear-sighted citizens of the Republic.The Book of Khalid
Not so; it is the clear-sighted scientific Greek, that is all.Cyropaedia
In that respect he was a clear-sighted man—he knew what the thing was worth.
- involving accurate perception or judgmenta clear-sighted compromise
- having clear vision