eyeball[ ahy-bawl ]SEE DEFINITION OF eyeball
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EYEBALL
Accordingly she shifted her own eyes from one eyeball to the other in the man's face.
She done 'low to me she would n't wink her eyeball while I was gone.
The movements of the eyeball were perfect, but blindness was absolute.
The eyeball was suppurating, and the temperature rose to 99° at night.
Experimentally the eyeball can be made to burst by tying all the venous outlets from it.
The tension of the eyeball rose to 60 mm., that of the fellow eye being 20 mm.
When the eyeball is cut or pierced, if the cut be deep or large, a surgeon must deal with it.
Long-sight, or hypermetropia, signifies that the eyeball is too short or the lens too flat.
The loss of the eyeball may be a leprous sign, or perhaps from tumour.
Not that the eyeball itself differs from that of an Occidental.