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What is the opposite of sight?

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Noun
Opposite of the faculty or power of seeing
Noun
Opposite of a place of interest or wonder, especially to tourists and visitors
Noun
Opposite of a significant or considerable amount
Noun
Opposite of a large number of things or people
Noun
Opposite of a large amount or number of (something)
Noun
Opposite of a brief or hurried look
Noun
Opposite of a quick, furtive or casual look
“Caroline merely tucked a curl behind her ear and withered him with a stare she had studied from Margaret Thatcher until he wilted completely.”
Noun
Opposite of the faculty or state of being able to see
“She runs the place for her father, whose blindness forced him into retirement.”
Noun
Opposite of a thing or a quality of something that causes wonder
“While this may be perplexing to Western audiences, it's really just a normality for the intended audience.”
Noun
Opposite of any device used to find or locate something
Noun
Opposite of a place or thing which draws visitors by providing something of interest or pleasure
“Really, the only minor detraction was the bizarre insistence at the gates that any bottled drinks had to have the caps taken off, and thrown away.”
Noun
Opposite of a displeasing and prominently ugly sight
Noun
Opposite of a close look at, or over, someone or something to make a judgment
Noun
Opposite of a person or sight of unusual beauty
“The piles of dumped rubbish and abandoned cars have long been an eyesore and a hazard to health.”
Noun
Opposite of a great amount
“The lack of resources would further delay the completion of our renovations.”
Verb
Opposite of to (manage to) see or observe (someone or something)
Verb
Opposite of to see or notice
“How did you miss that? It was the single best shot ever made!”
Verb
Opposite of to gaze at steadily in a particular way
“She would disregard him when he attempted to buy her a drink.”
Verb
Opposite of to aim or direct an object at
“A bright light entered James' vision that caused him to misdirect his weapon and shoot his colleague in the foot.”
Verb
Opposite of to perceive with one's eyes
“While I was driving, I would disregard the snow-capped mountains around me as I was concentrating on the road.”
Adjective
Opposite of of, or relating to, sight or the eyes
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