Sight

I used sight, sights, sight’s, sights’ see, sees, seeing, saw, and seen for this one.

• 1.003 you will see whether he gained anything
• 1.007 All that the unsuspecting Bilbo saw that morning
• 1.012 I can’t think what anybody sees
• 1.015 Let me see,
• 1.026 when he saw that it was not Gandalf at all.
• 1.032 I see they have begun to arrive already,’
• 1.032 he said when he caught sight of Dwalin’s green hood hanging up.
• 1.042 I see,’ said Kili.
• 1.045 we saw them coming along
• 1.068 in the middle of the kitchen trying to see what they were doing.
• 1.083 and see the great mountains,
• 1.092 the poor little hobbit could be seen kneeling on the hearth-rug,
• 1.094 If you have ever seen a dragon
• 1.097 As soon as I saw your funny faces on the door-step,
• 1.103 I don’t see that this will help us much,’
• 1.105 You see that rune on the West side,
• 1.111 we don’t know without going to see.
• 1.123 we saw the dragon settle
• 1.125 I see now they must have had a private Side-door
• 1.128 and has never been seen by you since-‘
• 1.140 if you see what I mean.
• 2.001 There he saw nobody,
• 2.036 they could now see a light shining,
• 2.037 and see,
• 2.039 but there was no proper path to be seen,
• 2.042 And this is what he saw.
• 2.043 could see that:
• 2.048 He had read of a good many things he had never seen or done.
• 2.063 if you see what I mean.
• 2.072 No sooner did Tom see Balin come into the light
• 2.072 Trolls simply detest the very sight
• 2.077 and didn’t need to see his friends’ legs
• 2.081 But no one saw him.
• 2.126 Looking behind I saw a fire
• 3.001 they saw that the great mountains had marched
• 3.002 He had never seen a thing
• 3.008 for they saw now that the house might be hidden
• 3.008 and they looked down surprised to see trees below them
• 3.011 They saw a valley far below.
• 3.025 although he had never seen them before.
• 3.033 as you will see,
• 3.042 but you cannot see them,” said Elrond,
• 3.042 They can only be seen when the moon shines behind them,
• 3.048 “That remains to be seen,” said Gandalf.
• 3.049 “None to be seen by this moon,” said Elrond,
• 3.049 to see the elves dance
• 4.005 Bilbo had never seen or imagined
• 4.005 he saw that across the valley the stone-giants were out,
• 4.008 (when everybody could see that it was absolutely no use sending Bilbo)
• 4.015 in time to see the last of the ponies’ tails
• 4.017 in the heart of the mountains can see through.
• 4.024 I am afraid that was the last they ever saw
• 4.034 and never let them see the light again!”
• 4.036 for even their eyes to see through.
• 4.037 Bilbo saw it go right through the Great Goblin
• 4.042 “Let me see:
• 4.044 The blink of red torches could be seen
• 4.05 Nor did they see them.
• 4.05 But they were seen by the goblins that ran silently up behind,
• 5.001 see nothing,
• 5.003 out of sight
• 5.011 and bigger from trying to see
• 5.013 Bilbo could not see him,
• 5.013 for he could see that he was no goblin at all.
• 5.016 and he suddenly saw the pale eyes sticking out at him.
• 5.026 What has roots as nobody sees,
• 5.035 Saw an eye in a green face.
• 5.038 It cannot be seen, cannot be felt,
• 5.056 Bilbo could see his eyes coming towards him.
• 5.065 Bilbo seeing what had happened
• 5.078 He could see the sword
• 5.086 only in the full sunlight could you be seen,
• 5.087 No one would see him,
• 5.088 It won’t see us,
• 5.088 No. It won’t see us,
• 5.101 to his alarm Bilbo now saw two small points of light peering at him.
• 5.104 but he saw that all was up,
• 5.106 and saw Gollum’s eyes like small green lamps
• 5.108 Gollum could see
• 5.108 Bilbo could see the light of his eyes palely shining
• 5.110 as Bilbo could see from the faint glimmer on the walls.
• 5.117 and then no one will see him.
• 5.117 He’ll be there but not seen.
• 5.118 and see.
• 5.125 and see.’
• 5.127 He could not see the hobbit,
• 5.127 Bilbo could see or feel that he was tense as a bowstring,
• 5.130 He did not turn to see what Gollum was doing.
• 5.134 he saw, filtering round another corner –
• 5.136 and then suddenly he saw the goblins:
• 5.137 They saw him sooner than he saw them.
• 5.137 They saw him sooner than he saw them.
• 5.137 Yes they saw him.
• 5.138 They could not see a sign of him.
• 5.146 He could see outside into the open air:
• 6.001 and could see before him only ridges
• 6.005 and suddenly he saw peering between two big boulders
• 6.005 and he saw that Balin was looking
• 6.012 and we saw the goblins running back yelping.
• 6.027 I must see if I can’t find
• 6.045 they could still see the evening lights on the plains beyond.
• 6.046 when it was so dark that he could only just see
• 6.048 although there was nothing wrong to see.
• 6.050 and do not need to see you to catch you!
• 6.052 if you had seen the dwarves sitting up
• 6.052 but you could see his eyes gleaming
• 6.065 The rage of the wolves was terrible to see,
• 6.067 and can see small things
• 6.067 and could see a rabbit moving on the ground
• 6.067 So though he could not see the people
• 6.067 and see the tiny flashes of fire,
• 6.067 Also he could see the glint of the moon
• 6.072 and through the reek he could see the goblins
• 6.086 and saw the dark lands opening wide underneath him,
• 6.094 So you see ‘prisoners’ had meant
• 6.099 Later on you might have seen a bright fire
• 7.002 and saw that the birds were already high up
• 7.005 the eagles must have seen the point they were making for,
• 7.009 Bilbo never saw them again –
• 7.011 I always meant to see you all safe
• 7.013 We shall see,
• 7.013 we shall see!’
• 7.023 I once saw him sitting all alone
• 7.025 Bilbo had never seen anything like them.
• 7.029 through which you could neither see nor scramble.
• 7.030 you will see the way I go –
• 7.031 beyond which they could see gardens
• 7.040 I used to see him now
• 7.046 as he had never seen half of them before.
• 7.048 I can only see one,
• 7.052 I see!’ said Beorn.
• 7.061 You see,
• 7.081 Well, of course you haven’t seen
• 7.082 You see,
• 7.084 to see that his tale was making a good impression,
• 7.088 Mr. Baggins saw then how clever Gandalf had been.
• 7.093 and the hall had not seen such a gathering for many a year.
• 7.113 But he saw no sign of the wizard all that day until the evening.
• 7.113 Of Beorn they had seen
• 7.117 I soon saw that Beorn could not have made them all:
• 7.121 Not eaten up by Wargs or goblins or wicked bears yet I see’ ;
• 7.123 to see that you were safe,
• 7.125 Come and see!’ said Beorn,
• 7.133 and all the while they saw nothing save grass
• 7.133 Sometimes Bilbo saw the horns of the harts
• 7.133 As the light faded Bilbo thought he saw
• 7.134 As soon as it was light they could see the forest coming as it were to meet them,
• 7.134 not even rabbits were to be seen.
• 7.136 if you have not seen each night after dark a great bear going along with us
• 7.147 will ever see you again.’
• 7.151 and see the Long Marshes lying below you,
• 7.154 and was soon lost to sight.
• 8.002 they could see a little way to either side
• 8.003 As Bilbo’s sharp inquisitive eyes got used to seeing things
• 8.003 but what made the noises he could not see.
• 8.003 The nastiest things they saw were the cobwebs:
• 8.004 long after they were sick for a sight of the sun
• 8.005 so black that you really could see nothing.
• 8.005 but he could not see it at all.
• 8.005 Well, perhaps it is not true to say that they could see nothing:
• 8.005 they could see eyes.
• 8.005 and when it was Bilbo’s turn he would see gleams
• 8.008 and in all the time they had seen neither spring nor stream.
• 8.012 but my eyes don’t see as well as they used a hundred years ago.
• 8.016 and still has the best sight,’
• 8.016 and see if you can see the boat
• 8.016 and see if you can see the boat
• 8.028 they saw that it must have stuck
• 8.031 They could still see his hood
• 8.032 though they saw no sign of it.
• 8.035 and in the forest they could see no change.
• 8.036 Nothing wholesome could they see growing
• 8.037 and in places they could see
• 8.04 and see if he can get his head above the roof
• 8.042 he saw all round him a sea of dark green,
• 8.042 without any markings to be seen.
• 8.043 he could see no end to the trees
• 8.043 that had been lightened by the sight of the sun
• 8.044 and if Bilbo had had the sense to see it,
• 8.044 and he could not expect to see how far the forest lasted.
• 8.044 Still he did not see this,
• 8.044 and he could not see anything
• 8.053 I thought I saw a twinkle of light
• 8.054 they saw a red twinkle
• 8.058 but most splendid sight of all:
• 8.071 The feast that they now saw was greater
• 8.073 while people he could not see or feel
• 8.075 He could only see the thing’s eyes,
• 8.080 as you will see.
• 8.08 That is why the spiders neither saw nor heard him coming.
• 8.081 he saw that it was made by spider-webs
• 8.081 Suddenly he saw,
• 8.087 I saw one a-struggling just now.
• 8.088 to see a dwarvish foot sticking out
• 8.092 Bilbo saw that the moment had come
• 8.092 but looking about he saw that
• 8.092 got out of his way as quick as lightning if they saw him stoop;
• 8.093 They could not see Bilbo,
• 8.096 Old fat spider can’t see me!
• 8.103 The spiders saw the sword,
• 8.104 to see which was the juiciest to eat.
• 8.106 at the sight of him jerking his stiff arms
• 8.107 (long noses are sometimes useful you see)
• 8.11 Now we see you,
• 8.113 For he saw spiders swarming up all the neighbouring trees,
• 8.117 where we last saw the elf-fires.’
• 8.124 Whether it was one of those they had seen the night before,
• 8.125 From which you can see that they had changed their opinion of Mr. Baggins very much,
• 8.125 for they saw that he had some wits,
• 9.003 for even Bilbo with the use of his eyes could not see where they were going,
• 9.016 you see.
• 9.024 and see if it is fit for the king’s table.
• 9.025 for he saw that luck was with him
• 9.032 Bilbo saw that the time had come
• 9.035 and the butler could be seen
• 9.040 I haven’t seen him at the tables tonight.
• 9.051 Most likely you saw it some time ago
• 9.056 Then he saw that it would have been no good
• 9.061 He could see the paler sky between them.
• 9.062 that he could see near the water’s edge.
• 9.069 but whether alive or dead still remains to be seen.
• 10.001 Then Bilbo saw a sight:
• 10.001 Then Bilbo saw a sight:
• 10.002 and the tumbled land that joined it to them could not be seen.
• 10.002 and through many adventures to see it,
• 10.003 ever to have seen it at all,
• 10.004 So you see Bilbo had come
• 10.006 could not be seen at all.
• 10.007 The rotting piles of a greater town could still be seen
• 10.009 came in sight
• 10.010 if they could have seen what happened down by the shore,
• 10.012 Thorin of course saw the sense of this,
• 10.018 that they had seen him flying
• 10.020 I wish to see the Master of your town!’
• 10.036 As for the Master he saw there was nothing else for it
• 10.041 We’ll see!
• 10.041 as we shall see
• 10.044 and see how he welcomes them!’
• 11.001 and now they could all see the Lonely Mountain
• 11.006 they could see
• 11.008 and see the dark cavernous opening
• 11.014 Looking down they saw that they were at the top of the cliff
• 11.014 could not be seen from below
• 11.014 but without a joint or crevice to be seen.
• 11.018 “as you will see.
[11.019]”
• 11.019 they saw clearly,
• 11.027 I don’t think I could bear to see the unhappy valley of Dale again,
• 11.029 he could see a glimpse of the distant forest.
• 11.029 Soon he saw the orange ball of the sun
• 11.038 in which nothing could be seen
• 12.008 and stopped where he could still see
• 12.010 Is that a kind of a glow I seem to see coming
• 12.012 before he ever saw the vast danger that lay
• 12.014 so that the hobbit could see his underparts
• 12.014 could dimly be seen coats of mail, helms and axes, swords and spears hanging;
• 12.018 Balin was overjoyed to see the hobbit again,
• 12.021 the sort of rage that is only seen when rich folk
• 12.030 Nothing can escape Smaug once he sees it.
• 12.040 and see what he is up to.
• 12.042 There was only the very faintest glow to be seen.
• 12.043 He can’t see me
• 12.046 and see if you were truly as great as tales say.
• 12.078 After he had seen that
• 12.091 and I don’t see the point of sitting here.
• 12.102 and see nothing,
• 12.103 They shall see me
• 13.018 They saw the little dark shape of the hobbit
• 13.018 Then they saw him halt
• 13.022 and the spark of his torch vanished from the sight
• 13.022 But soon they saw it far away
• 13.023 And still there was no sight nor sound of Smaug.
• 13.031 as soon as he saw the twinkle of their lights.
• 13.044 A white glimmer could be seen
• 13.050 And I never expected to be so pleased to see the sun again,
• 13.062 but I see no sign of food.
• 13.065 and saw the wintry sun going downwards to the West.
• 13.067 and can see much without being seen.’
• 13.067 and can see much without being seen.’
• 13.068 if we have been seen coming here,’
• 13.068 as if he expected to see Smaug perched there
• 14.002 Only its high peak could they see
• 14.004 Last night the watchmen saw them start
• 14.011 they could see him as a spark of fire
• 14.013 No fireworks you ever imagined equalled the sights that night.
• 14.025 Then the many boats could be seen
• 14.034 As you see,
• 14.043 There for ages his huge bones could be seen
• 15.001 they had not heard or seen any sign of danger.
• 15.012 and see what happens!’
• 15.017 saw him die,
• 15.017 He saw him fall
• 15.020 We would see peace once more
• 15.026 you will see that the dwarves still had some days before them.
• 15.028 through which they could see
• 15.031 when they saw a company approaching.
• 15.031 Before long they could see that both men of the lake armed
• 15.031 and very great was their surprise to see the pool before them
• 15.044 was seen crossing the river,
• 16.022 I know your king well by sight,
• 16.022 and it is Bard I particularly want to see.’
• 16.029 I see your point of view.
• 16.031 I see I have some information you have not got.
• 16.035 You may see it!’
• 16.040 But I wonder if Thorin Oakenshield will see it so.
• 17.001 Soon a single runner was seen
• 17.003 were seen to be borne forth again.
• 17.003 the dwarves saw
• 17.029 and see if you have brought from the hoard the portion
• 17.032 Before long the dwarves could be seen
• 17.040 another blackness could be seen whirling forward;
• 17.040 so dense that no light could be seen between their wings.
• 17.048 Soon they could see the lands
• 17.049 and vanished from sight,
• 17.062 Seeing the sudden gleam
• 17.062 he had seen a sight that made his heart leap,
• 17.062 he had seen a sight that made his heart leap,
• 17.065 If the elves could not see him they could hear him.
• 17.065 though as yet nothing could be seen
• 18.003 Looking into the valley he could see no living goblins.
• 18.003 he thought he could see elves moving
• 18.014 When Gandalf saw Bilbo,
• 18.014 I began to wonder if even your luck would see you through!
• 18.028 I should have liked to see them again,’
• 18.028 perhaps I shall see them on the way home.
• 18.053 and looking backward they saw a white sun
• 19.028 in sight
• 19.028 he could see his own Hill
• 19.032 Eyes that fire and sword have seen
• 19.036 to see if their own furniture would fit.

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