Outsight meaning

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The faculty or act of clearly perceiving and understanding external things.
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Sight for that which is on the outside; the ability or capacity to perceive or anticipate external things; view; outlook; perspective; power of observation.
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(Scotland) Movable goods kept out of doors, such as animals, ploughs, carts, and other implements of husbandry.
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Origin of outsight

  • From out- +"Ž sight. Cognate with Dutch uitzicht (“view, prospect, outlook"), German Aussicht (“view, prospect, chance, outlook, perspective"), Swedish utsikt (“view, outlook, prospect").

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