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eye·bright

 (ī′brīt′)
n.
Any of various hemiparasitic plants of the genus Euphrasia, having tubular whitish to purplish flowers with two lobed lips and formerly used to treat eye disorders.
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eyebright

(ˈaɪˌbraɪt)
n
(Plants) any scrophulariaceous annual plant of the genus Euphrasia, esp E. nemorosa, having small white-and-purple two-lipped flowers: formerly used in the treatment of eye disorders. Also called: euphrasy
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eye•bright

(ˈaɪˌbraɪt)

n.
any plant of the genus Euphrasia, of the figwort family, as E. officinalis of Europe, formerly used for treating eye disorders.
[1525–35]
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eyebright

n (bot) eufrasia
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