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-ey variant of -y1.
eyas a hawk or falcon too young to leave the nest, or one taken from its nest to be trained for falconry.
eye the organ of sight and the area close around it, including the lids, lashes, and brow. [9 definitions]
eyeball the ball-shaped part of the eye, or the whole eye. [2 definitions]
eyebolt a threaded metal rod or pin with a loop at one end.
eyebrow the bony ridge protruding above the eye. [2 definitions]
eye-catcher something esp. noticeable because of its appearance.
eye contact the act of two people looking at each other's eyes.
eyecup a small rimmed cup used to apply liquid washes or medicines to the eyes.
eyed having eyes of a particular number, color, or shape (used in combination).
eyedropper a small glass tube used to apply drops, esp. of medication, to the eyes.
eye exam an examination and testing of the eyes' health and vision by an eye doctor or an optometrist, esp. one determining the type and strength of corrective lenses that are needed.
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.