|act of noticing something, act of sighting something, act of spying, detection; act of catching sight of something; act of detecting something||espial|
|(Scottish) narrow arm of the sea (also firth); type of fish-snaring net for catching fish||frith|
|ability to appreciate something, any of the five faculties of perception (sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste); feeling, sensation; recognition, awareness; impression; intelligence; something that is reasonable; significance, meaning; purpose, point; m...||sense|
|ability to captivate audience, area within sight or earshot, attendance, state of being at hand; outward appearance, air, demeanor, being present, impressive person, invisible supposed supernatural being, person present, personal dignity, stationing of...||presence|
|ability to see, sight, seeing||eyesight|
|able to be passed by contact, capable of transmitting disease, infectious, communicable, transmissible, catching, likely to affect others||contagious|
|able to be seen, can be clearly seen; in view, observable; obvious, apparent, designed to keep something in view, detectable, in sight, often seen publicly||visible|
|abstract realization of a morpheme, being 0 in number, completely without something, failure, low point, low temperature, nothing, number 0, quantity of none, null, number with the value of 0, set to zero, setting on a gun sight, starting point for val...||zero|
|acceptance, act of receiving; event in which guests are formally welcomed by their host; check-in, reception desk, catching of forward pass, conversion of electronic signals, formal party, place where visitors are received, quality of signal, reception...||reception|
|act of commenting, act of noticing, casual comment, observation; notice, make comment on something, observe; comment, state, say, observe something||remark|
|act of discovering anew, act of finding anew, act of detecting again||rediscovery|
|act of igniting or causing to burn; state of catching fire, means of starting engine, process of igniting, spark that ignites fuel-air mixture||ignition|
|act of juggling; magic trick; sleight-of-hand; trickery, manipulation, deceit, fit into a schedule, have difficulty holding something, keep several objects in the air, maintain a number of objects in the air at the same time by catching and throwing; m...||juggle|
|act of looking at something, consider something, inspect something, observe something, opinion, perspective, pictorial representation, range of vision, scene, see; observe; regard, survey, think of somebody or something, vista, scenery, sight; opinion,...||view|
|act of observing or obeying, act of watching; act of looking; act of paying attention; supervision; remark, navigational instrument reading, observing of developments in something, record of something seen or noted, remark or comment, sighting with nav...||observation|
|act of one who takes; something taken, catching, charming, contagious, infectious; enchanting, captivating||taking|
|act of seeing, act of perceiving through the eyes; vision, sense of sight, atmospheric conditions, conj. considering that, since, forasmuch, in view of, looking, viewing, perceiving with the eyes||seeing|
|act or power of seeing with the eye, sight; insight, foresight; divination, foreknowledge; imagination; apparition, figment of the imagination, envision; imagine, image; see, eyesight, far-sightedness, mental picture, somebody or something beautiful, s...||vision|
|action that causes a fall, catch somebody in a mistake, cause a device to operate, drug-induced hallucination, error, experience drug effects, fall caused by catching the foot, free an anchor, go on a journey, intense interest, light step, make a mista...||trip|
|action to avoid detection, furtive or clandestine movement, sneakiness, furtiveness, virtually undetectable by radar||stealth|
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