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eyewear

[ahy-wair] /ˈaɪˌwɛər/
noun
1.
any of various devices, as spectacles, contact lenses, or goggles, for aiding the vision or protecting the eyes.
Origin
1925-1930
1925-30; eye + wear
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Examples for eyewear
  • Unlike solar eclipses, the lunar varieties are safe to view without any special eyewear.
  • For example, low-wavelength ultraviolet lasers could scan entire beaches for oil, though workers would need protective eyewear.
  • Busch has a personal services agreement with the eyewear company.
  • Most folks won't even have to remove their eyewear, as the scanner can read through non-polarized lenses.
  • The code lists guidelines for everything from hair to jewelry to makeup to eyewear.
  • The gloriously hideous apparel you see above is the latest from the unfathomable eyewear company.
  • They use the prescription to reproduce eyewear for a consumer and adapt, fit, and adjust the eyewear to the human face.
  • Keeping your prescriptions current and in a convenient place can reduce delays in getting your eyewear.
  • The company is an industry leader and supplier of military, safety and fashion eyewear.
  • All personnel who work with macaques should wear eyewear conforming to established standards for eye and splash protection.

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