Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See web, n., 8.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In pathology, same as pterygium, 2.

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Examples

  • It would not cure my webeye; I was doomed to go blind in that eye, but the swallowwort might help me see visions caught in the web.

    Wildfire

  • I squinted at Phalin with my webeye, and saw her face spangled by lamplight and dappled by leaf shadows, and the shadows were tinged with the color of fear.

    Wildfire

  • I plucked a stem and smeared the yellow sap on my webeye, the better to see what could be seen.

    Wildfire

  • I landed on a tree limb, hunkered down in the leaf shadow, and my webeye saw a panther under a thicket.

    Wildfire

  • I darkened my eyelids with charcoal, as Az had done when she threw the bones for me; I put swallowwort sap in my webeye, as the Dame had taught me.

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  • In my webeye I saw Cook sorting rushes on the shore, looking for the tender centers of the sheaves to serve at dinner; and there was Na, laughing at the ducks waggling their tails in the air as they dove.

    Wildfire

  • I knew a woman once with webeye in both eyes, her blind irises like milky moonstones.

    Wildfire

  • In my webeye I saw my heart, the size and shape of a clenched fist.

    Wildfire

  • They mocked my low voice, my ugly webeye, my ignorance of the Odes, and my clumsiness in the dance.

    Wildfire

  • In my webeye I envisioned her pressed against a wall, watching us through a peephole into the tharais room.

    Wildfire

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