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  • adj. Affected by presbyopia; also, remedying presbyopia; farsighted.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Affected by presbyopia; also, remedying presbyopia; farsighted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to presbyopia; affected with presbyopia; old-sighted.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. able to see distant objects clearly

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Examples

  • The global IOLs market is characterized by ongoing innovations such as presbyopic IOLs, phakic

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  • The global IOLs market is characterized by ongoing innovations such as presbyopic IOLs, phakic IOLs and aspheric optical IOLs.

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  • Once you become presbyopic, you'll need reading glasses and you may need intermediate correction as well.

    Becoming a Squinter Nation

  • You become presbyopic and need reading glasses.iii

    Shock of Gray

  • Perhaps Bella, without a spouse around to mention that she needs a vision test and reading glasses, took my examples one hundred and eighty degrees out of context not because she was willfully twisting my words to back up her point (that would be unethical, after all), but because she just couldn't see all that well (I'll give her the benefit of the doubt, being a fellow presbyopic singleton.)

    Lori Gottlieb: On Settling for Mr. Good Enough

  • This presbyopic worldviewdestroys unity in the democracy movement and serves to consolidate white male dominance.

    Sex, Race and War

  • The PresbyLens┬« clinical study will evaluate 400 presbyopic subjects for three years.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Currently, more than 73 million people in the US are presbyopic.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Think of a presbyopic grandma (wears plus lens readers) - you can imagine her pulling down on the bridge of the glasses, as if the frame is resting low toward the tip of the nose; this increases the effective power.

    LearnHub Activities

  • Because the human lens continues to change as it grows older, the presbyopic prescription will increase over time as well.

    PRWeb

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