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Difference between 'Scenery' and 'Sight'


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Scenery
Scenery means a view of landscape.

Sight
Sight is a general term and means anything seen.


Sample Usage

Scenery
1. The natural scenery of the Malabar Hills is charming.
2. The scenery looked rather shabby.
3. It is a beautiful scenery.

Sight
1. He presented a horrible sight with his mutilated body.
2. The blind man had lost his sight in the war.


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