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  • n. A slit for looking through, as in a castle wall or a helmet.


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eye +‎ slit


  • Under the eyeslit was a long vertical slash of a mouth, lipless and apparently toothless, though Jim knew better.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • The French ban was called and received widespread popular support because Islamazoids were also showing up in the Full Veil sack with the eyeslit and demanding separate phys ed times and footwash facilities for prayer times and set-aside prayer rooms.

    In France, Muslims prefer Catholic school.

  • One long multipupiled eyeslit ran across what would have been a forehead, if she had properly had a head.

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  • Can Head turned his eyeslit directly down at Derec.


  • I glared at her through the eyeslit of my scarfmask and retorted that she'd better not come a cuddlin 'when she's covered in weeping sores and looking for me to scratch her itch. Recent Updates

  • Jeff nodded, studying the robot’s eyeslit and general shape.



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