Sightline definition

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A line of sight, especially one between a spectator and the spectacle in a theater or stadium.
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Any of the straight lines of unimpeded vision from various points, as in a theater to the stage.
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A line between an observer or a piece of optical equipment and an object of interest; line of sight.
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Noun

Singular:
sightline
Plural:
sightlines

Origin of sightline