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idealist an artist or writer who conveys an ideal vision of the world. [1/3 definitions]
ken knowledge, range of vision, or comprehension.
keratotomy surgical incision of the cornea to improve vision.
long1 of unusual scope or breadth, as of vision or perspective. [1/11 definitions]
macula lutea an area close to the center of the retina of the eye where vision is sharpest.
migraine an extremely painful, usu. recurring headache that is characteristically accompanied by vision disturbances and nausea.
night blindness abnormally weak vision in dim light or darkness, caused by a deficiency of vitamin A.
occlude to close or obstruct (a passage or opening, one's vision, or the like). [1/5 definitions]
ocular of or pertaining to vision or the visible. [1/3 definitions]
-opia a condition or defect of vision or of the eye.
-opsis sight, view, or vision. [1/2 definitions]
optic a part, esp. a lens, of a device that bends light, as for correcting vision or magnifying. [1/3 definitions]
optical intended or produced to improve vision. [1/5 definitions]
pastoral designating an idealized vision of simple, pleasant country life. [1/6 definitions]
photopia vision during conditions of bright light or normal daylight. (Cf. scotopia.)
pitch-dark so dark as to make vision impossible.
retrace to go back over, esp. with memory, attention, or vision. [1/2 definitions]
rhodopsin the red, light-sensitive protein pigment that is present in the retina of the eye and provides vision in dim light.
Saint Agnes's Eve the night of January 20, on which, according to an old superstition, a woman might have a vision of her future husband.
scotopia normal vision in dim light. (Cf. photopia.)
sight the ability to see; vision. [1/11 definitions]