in view of the fact that; considering; inasmuch as.
the act of a person who sees.
Origin of seeing
Related formsun·see·ing, adjectiveun·see·ing·ly, adverbun·see·ing·ness, noun
First recorded in 1495–1505; see1
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Related Words for seeingsappearance
Examples from the Web for seeings
Historical Examples of seeings
I have had seeings of them by waters that flow by the mill town.
I have seeings that the folks, they are almost through eating.
As we went along, I had seeings the strings I have put on the bushes for the birds was gone.
But to-day he had not seeings it was nt the blue one I had on.
He wouldnt sayleastwise, I didnt ask him, seeings it was none of my business.
British Dictionary definitions for seeings
the sense or faculty of sight; vision
astronomy the quality of the observing conditions (especially the turbulence of the atmosphere) during an astronomical observation
(subordinating often foll by that) in light of the fact (that); inasmuch as; since
The use of seeing as how as in seeing as (how) the bus is always late, I don't need to hurry is generally thought to be incorrect or non-standard
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Word Origin and History for seeings
c.1300, present participle adjective from see (v.). Seeing Eye dog first attested 1929, American English, trademarked by Seeing Eye Inc. of New Jersey.
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