Its lorgnette eyes, like those of a lobster, were quite independent of each other.
In the morning, when I awake, I sit by my window and direct my lorgnette at her balcony.
Mrs. Evringham put up her lorgnette as she greeted the child.
Most of them are fairly hostile to genius or look at it with a lorgnette.
The Calabrian raised what she considered her most deadly weapon, her lorgnette.
From the moment when they entered their box every lorgnette was fixed upon them.
"You, Priscilla, are rooming with—" She adjusted her lorgnette and consulted a large chart.
My brother and I invented a lorgnette, and the young men have taken it from us.'
The lady took down her lorgnette and raised an appealing face.
The lorgnette in use is shown in the photograph, "Playing lady."