a sight


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a sight

Upper Southern US
A lot; much: We're a sight better off without him.
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References in classic literature ?
But only for a moment they hesitated, and then with one accord they again took up their fantastic advance upon their prey; but even then a sudden crashing in the jungle behind them brought them once more to a halt, and as they turned to look in the direction of this new noise there broke upon their startled visions a sight that may well have frozen the blood of braver men than the Wagambi.
It's a great accomplishment to tie him at this time, but I play the game to win and when you don't win, the records you accomplish is not as great a sight as when you win,'' Henderson said.
These Yankees might not have been the overwhelming presence they were in 1998, but they were a sight to behold in this World Series as they took advantage of every Braves misstep and played the game as it's supposed to be played.