She felt as if she were looking at a princess, when Lily made glass-eye spin round the room.
glass-eye did not ask that, would have given her other eye to serve Miss Lily.
And Lily put out her hand to lay hold of a boot; but glass-eye was gone.
“glass-eye, my handkerchief,” Lily broke in, suspecting an invitation to supper.
And poor glass-eye attended to the bike, at the risk of putting out her other eye.
glass-eye frightened off the admirers with her fixed 232 stare.
To-morrow,” she said to glass-eye, “to-morrow I will fetch my bike.
Did I not myself propose to glass-eye to procure them a true chase?
glass-eye knows all: he would have told my brother the hunter.
She would have liked some one to console her, to talk softly to her, as glass-eye Maud used to do.
glass eye n.
An artificial eye fashioned of glass.
An eye whose iris is whitish, pale, or colorless.