[ US /ˈaɪˌɡɫæs/ ]
[ UK /ˈaɪɡlɑːs/ ]
[ UK /ˈaɪɡlɑːs/ ]
- lens for correcting defective vision in one eye; held in place by facial muscles
How To Use eyeglass In A Sentence
- An inflated bridge piece is provided for use on eyeglass frames to increase comfort.
- As a lifelong near-sighted person, prescription eyeglasses and especially prescription sunglasses have long commanded a high premium due to the seemingly precise and scarce nature of creating them.
- Eyeglass wearers will enjoy the extra-long eye relief of these optics with their rubber eyecups.
- College, and now are arranged, numbered, and registered in order for use, there is evidence that in 1858 he, with his needles and eyeglass, had dissected and carefully figured the so-called pronephros of the Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 3
- One-eyed Zeke and a celebrated hunter of the Bad Lands are the only men I have known who professed to have acquired the habit of hunting the Grizzly in such a fashion, and the celebrated Bad Lands ranchman did his killing with a rifle and always shot for the eye, which was the more remarkable because he was very near-sighted and wore eyeglasses. Bears I Have Met—and Others
- Contact lenses offer no eye protection, and eyeglasses provide inadequate protection.
- Treatment may include prescribing eyeglasses or contact lenses to slightly overcorrect night vision and decrease the light scatter.
- Two developments, bifocal lenses and better spectacle frames, helped move optometry from a vendor trade toward a recognized profession by making fitting and selecting eyeglasses more complicated.
- ‘Think of it as eyeglasses for your feet, because no two feet are the same,’ says Goldston, whose San Diego-based Doctors' Foot Laboratories builds custom orthotics.
- Happiness is like a pair of eyeglasses correcting your spiritual vision.