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- adj. Relating to the Cyclops; cyclopean; one-eyed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to the Cyclops; Cyclopean.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or resembling the Cyclopes; cyclopean.
- Obtained from a plant of the genus Cyclopia.
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A kid realizes that the three charismatic neighbors at his parents 'beach cottage -- who keep playing a strange board game -- are actually aliens hunting for a trinket that looks like a cyclopic pig.
Of course, their definition or, most irritating, the definitition in most portraiture books of what is the browline is so vague and their cyclopic fiddling with the thumb on the brush gives such imprecise measurements that you can fit just about anything to their preconceptions.
On that "mermaid" confection: how about half fluffy cotton cyclopic cyborg?
A kid realizes that the three charismatic neighbors at his parents' beach cottage--who keep playing a strange board game--are actually aliens hunting for a trinket that looks like a cyclopic pig.
Vallentini in 1884 6.165 reports a case of a male cyclopic infant which lived for seventy-three hours.
Deformities like that existing in Nos. 20 and 21 have been observed in paracephalic and cyclopic fetuses.
Vallentini in 1884 reports a case of a male cyclopic infant which lived for seventy-three hours.
It has further, within the last few years, stolen into the deserts of the Hauran, through the old vigilant guard formed around that region by the Bedouin Arabs, and there -- (as if in startling contradiction to the dead and buried cities of Syria, etc.) -- it has -- as was equally predicted -- discovered the numerous cyclopic cities of
Under the triangular point of each gable a circular window opens its cyclopic eye, westerly to the sea, easterly on Guerande.
This fiery face, the features of which were swelled out of shape by continual drunkenness, looked cyclopic; for it was lighted on the right side by a gleaming eye, and darkened on the other by a yellow patch over the left orb.