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eye patch

or eye·patch  (ī′păch′)
A pad or shield of cloth worn over an eye socket or an injured eye to protect it or over a healthy eye in the treatment of amblyopia.
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Noun1.eyepatch - a protective cloth covering for an injured eyeeyepatch - a protective cloth covering for an injured eye
cloth covering - a covering made of cloth
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