- in view of the fact that; considering; inasmuch as.
Origin of seeing
Examples from the Web for unseeingly
Historical Examples of unseeingly
Flamby tapped her foot upon the carpet and stared down at it unseeingly.The Orchard of Tears
He left the window he'd been staring from unseeingly and walked to the foyer control-panel.Waste Not, Want
He lifted his tumbler, stared at it, then unseeingly out across the room, and his lip twitched in a half smile.The Million-Dollar Suitcase
His father sat down, keeping his swollen eyes on the motoring-cap which, unseeingly, he turned and turned in his hands.Christmas Roses and Other Stories
Anne Douglas Sedgwick
She was sitting up in bed, her bright, hot eyes staring at them unseeingly.Betty Gordon in the Land of Oil
Alice B. Emerson
- 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
c.1300, present participle adjective from see (v.). Seeing Eye dog first attested 1929, American English, trademarked by Seeing Eye Inc. of New Jersey.