Synonyms for eyesight or Related words with eyesight

acuity              eyes              dexterity              myopia              nearsightedness              vision              presbyopic              ametropic              farsightedness              binocular              presbyopia              strabismic              nearsighted              amblyopia              farsighted              visibility              acuities              hemianopia              ametropia              viewability              hyperopia              binocularity              monocularly              sensibility              myopic              foveal              ammetropia              eyeball              perception              emmotropic              emmetropes              centration              phoropter              amblyopic              esophoria              eyeballs              operability              pupillary              subjectively              eye              hemifield              scotomata              hypermetropic              usability              blindness              colorblindness              ergonomics              metamorphopsia              emmetropic              presbyopes             



Examples of "eyesight"
An image pair is placed one above one another. The prismatic viewer tilts the right eyesight slightly up and the left eyesight slightly down.
EyeSight models were available for Touring Wagon 2.0GT and 3.0R, B4 3.0R, Outback 3.0R. All EyeSight models include Sportshift E-5AT transmission.
An optometrist should be consulted to check the eyesight if:
Japan models went on sale in November 2012. Early model includes 2.0i, 2.0i-L, 2.0i-L EyeSight, 2.0i-S EyeSight, 2.0XT (280 PS), 2.0XT EyeSight (280 PS). 2.0i engine models include six-speed manual (2.0i, 2.0i-L) or Lineartronic CVT transmission; 2.0XT (280 PS) engine models include Lineartronic CVT transmission.
From early childhood, Johnson suffered from poor eyesight, especially in his left eye, which interfered with his education. There were somewhat contradictory reports about his eyesight from his contemporaries. He appeared to have been near-sighted, yet he did not use eyeglasses. His eyesight became worse with age; still, his handwriting remained quite legible.
pullin bleach out tryin to throw it in my eyesight
‚ÄĘProfessional pathology of eyesight (in co-authorship), 1988.
He sometimes wears glasses, to enhance his already excellent eyesight.
Towards the end of her life, her eyesight started failing.
In 1979 Hodgkin stopped painting because of worsening eyesight.
In this film, Muggs is discharged from the army for having bad eyesight. Huntz Hall claimed to have bad eyesight, which managed to get him out of World War II service. Leo Gorcey also managed to get out of service.
"H. caespitosum" has, in the past, been used for healing eyesight. Pliny the Elder had recorded information regarding how other species, specifically hawks, utilized "H. caespitosum", specifically believing that they would eat it in an effort to improve eyesight.
In addition, after long space flight missions, astronauts may experience severe eyesight problems. Such eyesight problems may be a major concern for future deep space flight missions, including a manned mission to the planet Mars.
After long space flight missions, astronauts may experience severe eyesight problems. Such eyesight problems may be a major concern for future deep space flight missions, including a manned mission to the planet Mars.
In addition, after long space flight missions, male astronauts may experience severe eyesight problems. Such eyesight problems may be a major concern for future deep space flight missions, including a crewed mission to the planet Mars.
The 2014 top-of-the-line Touring model Forester offers Subaru's EyeSight driver assist technology that uses stereoscopic CCD cameras mounted on either side of the rearview mirror. Eyesight offers several driver assist technologies/features which include:
Don't go on refereeing if your eyesight gets bad, or you get old and slow.
Opium was used for treating asthma, stomach illnesses, and bad eyesight.
The RNIB was founded by Thomas Rhodes Armitage, a doctor who suffered from eyesight problems.
When his eyesight began to fail, he turned more and more to writing.