Seager writes about being threatened by a patient with a shank carved out of an eyeglass stem.
The eyeglass focussed upon the cornice, and glared at a fly which found itself belated there.
She was holding an eyeglass, and as I entered she dropped it and looked at me through her opera-glass.
A tall man, forgetting his English and his eyeglass, sprang forward and grabbed the telegrams from the manager's hand.
Then, adjusting his eyeglass in a leisurely manner, he walked out of the room.
His eyes were not hidden now; they needed no eyeglass to prop them open; large with fury, they started from the livid mask.
Then the gentleman with the eyeglass said suavely, "Have you been long in London, Mr. Storm?"
Trailing up to bed, she thought that she could date the crumbling of her married estate by the ascendency of the eyeglass.
She wondered if James knew for how much his eyeglass was answerable.
An inspection through his eyeglass revealed that it was Stella, and instinct told him her errand.