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- adj. Having no eyes (organs of sight).
- adj. Having no sight; blind.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without eyes; blind.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Wanting eyes; destitute of sight.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking sight
- adj. lacking eyes or eyelike features
"It was a kind of a joke," said the designer Jun Takahashi of his decision to wrap his models in eyeless cloth hoods.
Related to mindsight and clairvoyance are reports of so-called eyeless vision.
Professor Wyman found rudimentary eyes in the so-called eyeless fishes of the Mammoth Cave, and equally striking examples of the same general truth are familiar to every one.
The discovery of the deepest known "black smoker" vents has revealed eyeless shrimps and white tentacled anemones living 3.1 miles below the surface in a Caribbean rift.
Sarah Jessica Parker looks like one of the eyeless zombies from the Survival poster greggorybasore
The first six episodes are up now, featuring Julie, Mr. Gone, Sarah and the always creepy, eyeless Isz. Tagged: animation · Image Comics
In The Comforter, a hirsute woman (an actual genetic condition that led to the bearded lady once popular in freak-shows and French courts), cradles an eyeless creature conceived of as an udder with a large mouth.
The two most memorable works in these galleries are a pair of Henri Rousseau's "Outsider Art" nightmares: "War" (1894), in which a little girl bearing a sword and torch rides an eyeless wild animal over a field of naked male bodies being picked at by crows; and "The Snake Charmer" (1907), an all-black Eve in a dense jungle who pulls black serpents out of the ground and trees with her fife.
Mounds of once-sleek black fur, now dull as slate; the noble heads, eyeless and slack-jawed as if frozen in a final mournful moan.
He added a little pressure (a little more, and the man would have been eyeless), and the teeth slackened and slipped their grip.
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