He has obsessive-compulsive disorder and ocular motor sensory deficit (he has trouble reading).
But all the musical, ocular, and facial beauties are absent from writing.
Hence, we must counteract the ocular deception by an adjustment of proportions.
Insert the eyepiece micrometer inside the ocular and adjust the stage micrometer on the stage of the microscope.
I will answer the question, and show thee, by ocular proof, very soon.
It is good to have ocular demonstration that such homes exist in Turkey.
It was an ocular demonstration of what had until now been merely words!
He may have his eye on the mark at the discharge, but somehow the report always throws his ocular apparatus out of gear.
You will gain no point with me unless I have ocular demonstration of his safety.'
Convinced by ocular demonstration, he was almost overcome with emotion.
c.1500, from Late Latin ocularis "of the eyes," from Latin oculus "an eye," from PIE root *okw- "to see" (cf. Gothic augo, Old English eage "eye;" see eye (n.)). As a noun, 1835, from the adjective.
ocular oc·u·lar (ŏk'yə-lər)
Of or relating to the eye or the sense of sight.
Resembling the eye in form or function.