In the mirador, with opera-glasses to their eyes, they had been scanning the roads which led south and south-west from the city.
This could not, of course, be seen without the use of a telescope or opera-glasses.
This construction is adapted to sporting, marine, and opera-glasses, as well as to field-glasses.
He asked me what I called them, and I said in English, “opera-glasses.”
The boys, to their surprise, recognized him at once, as the rescuer of Frank's opera-glasses.
Now, what the devil is the Dutchman doing with a pair of opera-glasses!
She again saw the opera-house, and a hundred, two hundred, five hundred opera-glasses obstinately fixed on her—on her alone.
I am just on my way there to restore her opera-glasses which I ran away with last night.
She stood up behind the very last row of the chorus and—used her opera-glasses!
opera-glasses were then in demand, and were brought to bear on the towers.