sight

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Homophones[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
sight

Plural
sights

  1. Having sight is if you can see things.
  2. A sight is something that people want to see.
    The Statue of Liberty is a popular sight in New York City.
  3. A sight is something you see.

Verb[change]

Plain form
sight

Third-person singular
sights

Past tense
sighted

Past participle
sighted

Present participle
sighting

  1. When you sight something, you see it.
    The farmers sighted something strange circling overhead.