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Definition of "sees" []

  • To perceive with the eyes (verb)
  • To perceive (an idea) mentally; understand (verb)
  • To perceive with any or all of the senses (verb)
  • To be aware of in advance; foresee (verb)
  • To ascertain or find out (a fact); learn (verb)
  • To make sure (of something) or take care (of something) (verb)
  • To consider, deliberate, or decide (verb)
  • To have experience of; undergo (verb)
  • To allow to be in a specified condition (verb)
  • To be characterized by (verb)
  • To meet or pay a visit to (verb)
  • To receive, esp as a guest or visitor (verb)
  • To frequent the company of (verb)
  • To accompany or escort (verb)
  • To refer to or look up (verb)
  • (in gambling, esp in poker) to match (another player's bet) or match the bet of (another player) by staking an equal sum (verb)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of see. (verb)

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  • Plural form of see. (noun)

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Use "sees" in a sentence
  • "When the candidate for initiation sees (not merely believes, remember, but actually _sees_) that what has always before seemed to him empty space is in reality a solid mass of inconceivable density, and that the matter which has appeared to be the one tangible and certain basis of things is not only by comparison tenuous as gossamer (the "web" spun by "Father-Mother"), but is actually composed of emptiness and nothingness -- is itself the very negation of matter -- then for the first time he thoroughly appreciates the valuelessness of the physical senses as guides to the truth."
  • "But, when we are face to face with the horror of war, the evil that Palin sees is not in the horrific battles between human beings and nations."
  • "The title sees Sam Fisher come out of retirement to hunt down his daughter's killer and to stop a terrorist attack in Washington, DC."