American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having four eyes.
- adj. Informal Wearing eyeglasses.
“Who else indulged the four-eyed kid and took her to every bookstore she ever saw? xoxo”
“Yet—Randall turned his pillow to the cool side—four-letter words and four-eyed geeks had sullied 4's reputation.”
“-- The four-eyed creature reminds me of the mechanoids who fought Wonder Woman back in issue #2.”
“I'd whupped a couple prep school boys in a T-Bird coupe and a four-eyed Corvette, and they were gonna welsh.”
“Approximately 11 ½ years ago, two four-eyed nerds decided to start a web-comic about video games.”
“He's not gonna let some chubby, four-eyed lawyer do his talking for him ... he's going to get up there and tell you exactly what was going on.”
“For a four-eyed, lit-geek like myself, sitting on the Metro, reading a book emblazoned with “Advance Uncorrected Proofs: Not For Sale” is as close as I come to getting behind the velvet ropes of life.”
“For a four-eyed, lit-geek like myself, sitting on the Metro, reading a book emblazoned with “Advance Uncorrected Proofs: Not For Sale” is as [...]”
“See, the Medusae want the weapon, too: "they vaguely resemble a jellyfish, but are actually elephant-sized, four-eyed, flying beings having hundreds of tentacles.”
“Postscript postscript: * = those little-known books about the four-eyed kid with the lightning scar on his forehead.”
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