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.
Lady John, with her eyeglass up, was staring in the opposite direction.
A tall man, forgetting his English and his eyeglass, sprang forward and grabbed the telegrams from the manager's hand.
An eyeglass, on the other hand, has a savor of downright foppery and affectation.
His eyes were not hidden now; they needed no eyeglass to prop them open; large with fury, they started from the livid mask.
She was holding an eyeglass, and as I entered she dropped it and looked at me through her opera-glass.
Trailing up to bed, she thought that she could date the crumbling of her married estate by the ascendency of the eyeglass.
Then, adjusting his eyeglass in a leisurely manner, he walked out of the room.
An inspection through his eyeglass revealed that it was Stella, and instinct told him her errand.