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I am rarely mistaken in the meaning of the ocular expression.

The Memoirs of Madame Vige LebrunMarie Louise Elisabeth Vige-Lebrun

Obviously, it is difficult in the majority of cases to establish by ocular demonstration that adultery has been committed.

The fact is from a too ready credulity, we have now turned to almost a total scepticism, unless we have ocular demonstration.

The Mission; or Scenes in AfricaCaptain Frederick Marryat

You are told that a person has carbuncles on his face; but you have ocular proofs that he is sallow, and pale as a ghost.

Table-TalkWilliam Hazlitt

I was just able to catch hold of the ocular or eye-piece of the periscope.

Aircraft and SubmarinesWillis J. Abbot.

Thus it is desirable that operations upon the ocular muscles should be performed under local ansthesia.

A sharp retort to those who doubt a statement of which the narrator has had ocular demonstration.

The Proverbs of ScotlandAlexander Hislop

Miss Stackpole's ocular surfaces unwinkingly caught the sun.

Carter turned to see that the woman was freely indulging in an ocular conversation with His Majesty.

TrusiaDavis Brinton

And shortly after, Frank had ocular demonstration as to the real trouble.

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