alphabet

See

Definition of see:

part of speech: noun

The seat or jurisdiction of a bishop or archbishop.

part of speech: noun

Seat or jurisdiction of a bishop.

part of speech: verb

Look! Behold.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by the eye; to behold; to view; to perceive mentally; comprehend; as, I see what you mean; to escort or accompany; as, he saw Nelly home; to find out by experience; as, he wished to see what the result would be; to take care or make sure: with that; as, see that you address him properly; to visit or have a conference with; to admit to one's presence; receive; as, she refused to see us.

part of speech: verb

To look or inquire: to discern: to understand: to be attentive:- pa. t. saw: pa. p. seen.

part of speech: verb

To have the power of sight; look; understand.

part of speech: verb

To possess or use the power of sight; to comprehend or have mental perception; to take care; as, see to the dinner.

part of speech: noun

SEER.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by the eye: to observe: to discover: to remark: to experience: to visit.

part of speech: participle

Seen.

part of speech: verb

To perceive by the eye; perceive.

part of speech: noun

The office or jurisdiction of a bishop or the Pope; the territory included in such jurisdiction.

Usage examples for see:

  • And I didn't see it coming. "The Way of an Eagle", Ethel M. Dell.
  • " No," said the vicar, quietly, " I have come to see you." "The Parson O' Dumford", George Manville Fenn.
  • One can see nothing now." "The Woman With The Fan", Robert Hichens.
  • Want to see 'em? "Famous Adventures And Prison Escapes of the Civil War", Various.

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