Definition of Dissights

1. dissight [n] - See also: dissight



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissights

disseverments
dissevers
dissheathe
dissheathed
dissheathes
disship
disshipped
disshipping
disships
dissidence
dissidences
dissident
dissidently
dissidents
dissight
dissights (current term)
dissilience
dissilition
dissimilar
dissimilarities
dissimilarity
dissimilarly
dissimilarness
dissimilars
dissimilate
dissimilated
dissimilates
dissimilating
dissimilation
dissimilations

Literary usage of Dissights

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1. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1864)
"It has suited very well with the, temper we indicate, that he should have penetrated to our dissights and degradations, and made his way to purlieus of vice ..."

2. A Narrative of the Visit to the American Churches by Andrew Reed, James Matheson (1835)
"The smaller domes and semicircular lights in the roof, are dissights which might readily be avoided. It is, however, with these and other faults, ..."

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