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outsight

[ out-sahyt ]
/ ˈaʊtˌsaɪt /
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noun

the ability to see and understand external things clearly.

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Origin of outsight

1590–1600; out- + sight, on the model of insight
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How to use outsight in a sentence

  • Insight, or intuition, has the same limitations as outsight.

    Ten Great Religions|James Freeman Clarke
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