sight (n.) 1
Cor II.i.197 [Brutus to Sicinius, of Coriolanus] the bleared sights / Are spectacled to see him
Luc 104 [of Lucrece and Tarquin] Nor could she moralize his wanton sight [i.e. gaze]
MND II.i.183 [Oberon alone, of Titania] ere I take this charm from off her sight
Per I.i.75 [Pericles to himself, of heaven's eyes] Why cloud they not their sights perpetually
Phoen 35 [] the turtle saw his right / Flaming in the phoenix' sight
Ven 183 [of Adonis] His louring brows o'erwhelming his fair sight