glass eye

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glass eye

n.
1. An artificial eye fashioned of glass.
2. An eye whose iris is whitish, pale, or colorless.

glass eye

n
(Medicine) an artificial eye made of glass

glass eye

(ˈglæs ˈaɪ, ˈglɑs ˈaɪ for 1; ˈglæs ˌaɪ, ˈglɑs ˌaɪ for 2 )
n.
1. an artificial eye made of glass or plastic.
2. any of various fish, birds, etc., having eyes with a glassy or milky appearance.
[1595–1605]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.glass eye - prosthesis consisting of an artificial eye made of glassglass eye - prosthesis consisting of an artificial eye made of glass
prosthesis, prosthetic device - corrective consisting of a replacement for a part of the body
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I sometimes met David in public places such as the Kensington Gardens, where he lorded it surrounded by his suite and wearing the blank face and glass eyes of all carriage-people.
North Coast (definitely something in the water up there) trio Two Glass Eyes bring the noise as headliners, while Windowseats continue a long awaited return to the fold as main support.
Finds filmed that day included a late 18th Century satinwood chest of drawers from the West Indies worth PS10,000, a picture bought for a PS100 and valued at PS10,000, a slipware jug found on a rubbish tip worth at least PS6,000 and perhaps the oddest item of the day, a collection of glass eyes valued at an amazing PS20,000 to PS30,000.
There were some exciting finds filmed that day, including a late 18th Century satinwood chest of drawers from the West Indies worth PS10,000, an architectural picture bought for a PS100 and valued at PS10,000, a slipware jug found on a rubbish tip worth at least PS6,000 and perhaps the oddest item of the day, a collection of glass eyes valued at an amazing PS20,000 to PS30,000.
The DJ even bragged that large rings he wore were "made from the glass eyes of dead bodies at the mortuary".
Answer: It is a late 19th/early 20th-century bronze inkwell in the form of a bearded Cossack holding a beaker and carafe, his arms restrained by a rope, with glass eyes and hinged lid, mounted on an oval plinth base.
In the recent episode 'A Fishbowl Full of Glass Eyes,' Kutcher's character Walden Schmidt begins dating a British woman, played by Winkleman, he met in a supermarket.
It has glass eyes and an adjustable tail, and it easily converts from buck to doe.
During the repair, the anteater's missing nose - it has been missing since the late '90s - will be replaced as well as the missing glass eyes in the nine original animals.
in a bucket of glue, on the flank of a horse with glass eyes,
A jar of glass eyes, a pair of stuffed guinea pigs and a 19th century dentist's chair went under the hammer today as a Victorian museum held the ultimate closing-down sale.