binoculars

[ buh-nok-yuh-ler, bahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF binoculars

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As it was too small for his naked eyes, he resorted to the binoculars once more.

The American turned his binoculars obediently and scanned the west and north.

Next he showed them a pair of binoculars, teaching them how to look through them.

In their places, suddenly, there were the thermos and the binoculars.

Then he took up the binoculars from the roof of the deckhouse.

At last he lowered the binoculars and handed them to Wade, who sat next to him.

Stevens had been scanning the heavens with a pair of binoculars.

Jack handed back the binoculars and opened his own field-glasses in silence.

De Hooch went over to the periscope and put his eyes to the binoculars.

If you put up your binoculars, you will see that he is almost on his toes.

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