Definitions

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  • n. A glance of the eye.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A glance of the eye.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A beam or glance of the eye.

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Examples

  • Dr. Ross says his findings move "human ocular extramission," which he also refers to as an "eyebeam," from the realm of superstition to science.

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  • It is not even working on eyebeam which is install on my laptop and I can browse, use anything

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  • This he does for pages, killing at least ten people, before Satan and his hypnotist partner have a falling out, and The Comet melts them with his eyebeam.

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  • He also had a deadly eyebeam power that could only be stopped by the goggles he wore like a certain X-Man to come along a few decades later, and much better PR than either the later Comet or Cyclops.

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  • She would blast him with her eyebeam atomizer, and he would return fire with a storm of flames from his mouth.

    Alienated

  • Their eyebeam guy is gone, but luckily,at least their leaderhas a brain in her head.

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  • And my friends at eyebeam just got a fancy 3D printer that allows them "output" just about any small three dimensional object they can imagine.

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  • And my friends at eyebeam just got a fancy 3D printer that allows them “output” just about any small three dimensional object they can imagine.

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  • I read in its own vague light that this was a transatlantic eyebeam; and with such confidence that I hardly needed to see its owner, as he prepared, with his companion, to seat himself at the table adjoining my own, take from his overcoat-pocket three New York newspapers and lay them beside his plate.

    A Passionate Pilgrim

  • I read in its own high light that this was an American eyebeam; and with such confidence that I hardly needed to see its owner, as he prepared, with his friend, to seat himself at the table adjoining my own, take from his overcoat-pocket three New York papers and lay them beside his plate.

    A passionate pilgrim

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