Definition of Sightliness

1. n. The state of being sightly; comeliness; conspicuousness.



Definition of Sightliness

1. Noun. The state or condition of being sightly. ¹

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Definition of Sightliness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sightliness

sighters
sightful
sightfulness
sighthound
sighthounds
sighting
sightings
sightless
sightlessly
sightlessness
sightlessnesses
sightlier
sightliest
sightline
sightlines
sightliness
sightlinesses
sightly
sightproof
sightread
sightreader
sightreading
sightreads
sights
sightsaw
sightscreen
sightscreens
sightsee
sightseeing
sightseen

Literary usage of Sightliness

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1840)
"This, and not the advantage or the sightliness of the proposed change, I willingly admit to be in this instance the material point. ..."

2. The Prophecies of Isaiah by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1881)
"(Against alt . rend., consider 1, the word-play in the Hebr. in nir'ehu and march, as if ' when we sighted him, there was no sightliness,' and 2, ..."

3. Sanitation in the Modern Home: A Suggestive Guide to the Architect and House by John Kermott Allen (1907)
"The high ground at Blue Island is occupied by many beautiful homes, and on account of its sightliness, one almost wonders that a vacant lot remains. ..."

4. Sanitation in the Modern Home: A Suggestive Guide to the Architect and House by John Kermott Allen (1907)
"The high ground at Blue Island is occupied by many beautiful homes, and on account of its sightliness, one almost wonders that a vacant lot remains. ..."

5. The Journal of Forestry and Estates Management (1882)
"There is a little un- sightliness in this system of pruning, but it is safer than amputating close to the trunk when the wound is of a size that will not ..."

6. The Gentleman's Magazine (1840)
"This, and not the advantage or the sightliness of the proposed change, I willingly admit to be in this instance the material point. ..."

7. The Prophecies of Isaiah by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1881)
"(Against alt . rend., consider 1, the word-play in the Hebr. in nir'ehu and march, as if ' when we sighted him, there was no sightliness,' and 2, ..."

8. Sanitation in the Modern Home: A Suggestive Guide to the Architect and House by John Kermott Allen (1907)
"The high ground at Blue Island is occupied by many beautiful homes, and on account of its sightliness, one almost wonders that a vacant lot remains. ..."

9. Sanitation in the Modern Home: A Suggestive Guide to the Architect and House by John Kermott Allen (1907)
"The high ground at Blue Island is occupied by many beautiful homes, and on account of its sightliness, one almost wonders that a vacant lot remains. ..."

10. The Journal of Forestry and Estates Management (1882)
"There is a little un- sightliness in this system of pruning, but it is safer than amputating close to the trunk when the wound is of a size that will not ..."

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