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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfar-sightedˌfar-ˈsighted / $ ˈ. ˌ../ adjective  1 PREDICTfar-sighted people, ideas, or plans are wise because they show an understanding of what will happen in the future far-sighted investments a far-sighted politician2 especially American EnglishSIGHT/ABILITY TO SEE able to see or read things clearly only when they are far away from you opp short-sighted syn long-sighted British Englishfar-sightedness noun [uncountable]
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far-sightedBut the other changes have been both radical and far-sighted.This point was acknowledged even 150 years ago by a far-sighted Baptist parson, John Howard Hinton.The universe, thought Scarlet, must be benevolently staffed by more far-sighted beings than ourselves.Prices were falling and far-sighted men were looking for something else to cultivate.
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