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eyeful foreign matter in the eye that obscures vision. [3 definitions]
eyeglass (pl.) two glass or plastic lenses in a frame that has a bridge resting on the nose and extensions hooked around the ears, used to correct defective vision; glasses; spectacles. [4 definitions]
eyeglasses round pieces of special glass or plastic held in a frame and worn on the face. Eyeglasses help people see better.
eyehole a hole for the eye, as in a mask or a curtain. [2 definitions]
eyelash the fringe of hair on the edge of the upper or lower eyelid, or a single hair in this fringe.
eyeless having no eyes. [2 definitions]
eyelet a small hole or perforation with bound or covered edges, used to pass cord or thread through, fasten hooks into, or serve as decoration. [3 definitions]
eyelid either of the two folds of skin that can be opened or shut to uncover or cover the eyeball.
eyeliner makeup applied in a thin line to the edges of the eyelids.
eye-opener a piece of news or an experience that startles or enlightens. [2 definitions]
eyepiece the lens or lenses in an optical instrument, such as a microscope or telescope, through which one views the object or image under scrutiny.
eye shadow colored or tinted makeup applied to the upper eyelids.
eyeshot the range of vision. (See earshot.)
eyesight the ability to see; vision. [2 definitions]
eyesore something that is unpleasant or offensive to look at, esp. something that mars an otherwise pleasing view.
eyespot a primitive visual organ that is sensitive to light, found in many invertebrates. [2 definitions]
eyestrain discomfort or fatigue in the eyes or head, caused by using the eyes improperly or excessively.
eyetooth a canine tooth in the upper jaw, located beneath the eye.
eyewash a liquid for bathing or administering medicine to the eye. [2 definitions]
eyewink the action of winking the eye.
eyewitness one who has witnessed an occurrence with his or her own eyes. [2 definitions]