Do these sentences mean the same thing?
When we passed the area, ...
A. ... hundreds of sheep were grazing in sight.
B. ... hundreds of sheep were grazing within sight.
- John PLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Both forms feel awkward to me in Britain. I might say "I could see hundreds of sheep all over the field." I would probably not mention 'grazing'; the only thing that sheep do in a field is graze.
- AmulyaPLv 51 month ago
" in sigh " seems correct.
There was no one in sight.
- Anonymous1 month ago
"grazing in sight" is incorrect.
"grazing within sight" is correct.