glass eye

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Synonyms for glass eye

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A man with a glass eye—the same man who had accosted Fred on the ship.

Sometimes "she" is a "bully-boy with a glass eye; going four ounces to the ton."

Young Mr. Bemis: "Why, my dear, has your father got a glass eye?"

I suppose someone will take my glass eye, if I am knocked out.

He had a glass eye, but it was so well made, it was impossible to detect it.

There was nothing about her worth preserving but the one glass eye.

There were plenty of Homeburg girls who would have been decorated by a glass eye.

I've seen that red auto, and talked with the gentleman who has the glass eye!

Only one man every tried that, and he is now wearing a glass eye that cost him $9.

But the hay stacks were dearer to him than the apple of his glass eye.