as far as the eye can see(redirected from as far as one's eye can see)
as far as the eye can see
Extending to the farthest possible point, as of that which one can see in the distance. Sometimes used hyperbolically, humorously, or sarcastically. I love this part of the country. The green hills stretch out as far as the eye can see. My father was always so proud of his little shop. When I was a boy, he'd take me to the roof and say, "One day all this will be yours, as far as the eye can see."
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as far as the eye can/could ˈseeto the horizon: There was only sand as far as the eye could see.
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