Related formsfar·sight·ed·ly, adverbfar·sight·ed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for far-sighted
We are lucky that so many were, like Lange, smart, even-handed, and far-sighted.
How can we be so far-sighted as to miss the obvious things right before us?
On the surface, the bill sounds libertarian, albeit in a far-sighted Blade Runner sort of way.
A far-sighted person would have foreseen other results from the mixture beside the chemical action of the iodine on the starch.The Camp Fire Girls' Larks and Pranks|Hildegard G. Frey
The far-sighted Paterson hoped to found a colonial empire and to enrich his own country by the resulting trade.The South American Republics, Part II (of 2)|Thomas C. Dawson
And an optician is just as likely as not to fit a near-sighted man with far-sighted glasses.Cluthe's Advice to the Ruptured|Chas. Cluthe & Sons
It was a far-sighted plan, and meant that the lines would eventually drop into his or his sons' basket.The Financier|Theodore Dreiser
The money meant more to them than anything: this was no time to be far-sighted.Think Yourself to Death|C.H. Thames