He had struck four-eyes squarely on the flat nose, and it felt as if he had slugged an anvil.
"four-eyes" became, overnight, "Old Four Eyes," which was another matter.
four-eyes sat up deliberately, and struck himself on the chest several times as though to knock the sleep out of him.
"four-eyes" awoke from his lethargy, and drank a pint of the wine at a draught.
Once or twice during these days I saw the man "four-eyes," and from him gained a few answers to my questions.
"Bedad, she signals to us to let her come aboard," said "four-eyes," who watched her intently.
There were two circular hair-lines of glowing crimson where Hairy and four-eyes had originally appeared.
Hairy and four-eyes, after bowing low to the standing Person, turned and leaped out of the room.
He stepped on the bridge to find Karl wringing his hands, and "four-eyes" was no less uneasy.
A person who wears eyeglasses (1874+)