Definitions for seeing
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word seeing.
visual perception, beholding, seeingnoun
perception by means of the eyes
eyesight, seeing, sightednessadjective
normal use of the faculty of vision
having vision, not blind
The action of the verb to see; eyesight.
The movement or distortion of a telescopic image as a result of turbulence in the Earth's atmosphere.
Having vision; not blind.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Seeing, Seeing thatadverb
It would be more grammatically written, as in French, seen that, or provided that. Since; sith; it being so that.
Etymology: vû que, French; from see.
Why should not they be as well victualled for so long time, as the ships are usually for a year, seeing it is easier to keep victuals on land than water? Edmund Spenser, on Ireland.
How shall they have any trial of his doctrine, learning, and ability to preach, seeing that he may not publickly either teach or exhort, because he is not yet called to the ministry? John Whitgift.
Seeing every nation affords not experience and tradition enough for all kind of learning, therefore we are taught the languages of those people who have been most industrious after wisdom. John Milton, on Education.
Seeing they explained the phenomena of vision, imagination, and thought, by certain thin fleeces of atoms that flow from the surfaces of bodies, and by their subtlety penetrate any obstacle, and yet retain the exact lineaments of the several bodies from which they proceed: in consequence of this hypothesis they maintained, that we could have no phantasy of any thing, but what did really subsist either intire or in its several parts. Richard Bentley, Sermons.
Etymology: from see.
Love adds a precious seeing to the eye. William Shakespeare.
in view of the fact (that); considering; taking into account (that); insmuch as; since; because; -- followed by a dependent clause; as, he did well, seeing that he was so young
Seeing is a novel by Nobel Prize-winning Portuguese author José Saramago. It was published in Portuguese in 2004 and in English in 2006. It is a sequel to one of his most famous works, Blindness.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sē′ing, n. sight: vision.—conj. since: because: taking into account.—n. See′ing-stone (obs.), a looking-glass, a divining crystal.
Verb form of the word see.
We remember seeing the beautiful lake at the park when we visited, we promised to visit again during another season.
Submitted by MaryC on April 6, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'seeing' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #1801
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Rank popularity for the word 'seeing' in Written Corpus Frequency: #1207
The numerical value of seeing in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of seeing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
What we're seeing with the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, that this starting of the melt, once we reach a certain threshold, will continue despite our efforts to stop it.
We are seeing more Nazareth-based start-ups thriving.
What we're seeing is very strong demand from cloud players, i have to give credit to the hyperscalers for this quarter.
The Squad and AOC and others need to recalibrate their messaging, perhaps, too, because you can only say so much about reimagining the police and things like that when people are at home seeing these upticks in crime, when people are fearful, in many areas, to go out on the street, i think you saw the president tackling this issue head-on.
We believe Pink Floyd actually moves around and follows food sources, which is why No. 492 is only sighted occasionally, as the food sources ebb and flow,( flamingos) follow them around. So Pink Floyd's probably traveling to other regions, just where people aren't probably seeing Pink Floyd. But Pink Floyd should be able to find the types of foods that Pink Floyd needs down there.
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