Sight vs. Site

Sight
<noun>
  • The ability to see
    • example:  John lost his sight when he was a child.
<verb>
  • To see or observe
    • example:  I've sighted the car.
Site
<noun>
  • a location for something (website, building, etc.)
    • example:  I'll send you the URL for the site after class.

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Examples

Sight
  • I have her in my sight.
  • My sight is not what it used to be.
  • Santa Claus has never been sighted.
  • Don't let me out of your sight.
Site
  • Did you visit my site?
  • What site did you use?
  • They asked us to work on-site.
  • Is this the dig site?
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