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Sightless, 1) not seeing, blind, dark: “poor grooms are s. night, kings glorious day,” Lucr. 1013. “my soul's imaginary sight presents thy shadow to my s. view,” Sonn. 27, 10. “when in dead night thy shade on s. eyes doth stay,” 43, 12.
2) not seen, invisible: “wherever in your s. substances you wait on nature's mischief,” Mcb. I, 5, 50. “the s. couriers of the air,” I, 7, 23.
3) offensive to the eye, unsightly: “full of unpleasing blots and s. stains,” John III, 1, 45. cf. Featureless and Shapeless.
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