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  • n. Alternative spelling of eye socket.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Feeling cautiously upward, I found the curve of eyesocket and brow, and the small ridge of the folded ear.

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  • The police deputy, a weathered old man with a scar through his left eyesocket, made it clear that it would be best if I got into his beat-up Ford Fiesta with the lonely siren on top, and venture out into the sun-beaten city to help him.

    Appoggiatura

  • Croaking in pain, the Rillyti dropped its spear to tear the needle from its eyesocket in a spray of ichor, its convulsive gesture ripping a jagged wound through the orbit.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Bloodstone - Karl Edward Wagner

  • If he wasn't in position to throw an over-hand punch, he threw a roundhouse right to the temple or eyesocket.

    The Margaret Atwoods

  • Then my first two fingers slipped into an indentation that was almost certainly an eyesocket.

    Duma Key

  • Holding the blunt object in both hands, he drove it into the thing's face, striking home just above the right eyesocket.

    Duma Key

  • "They can take my pen when they pry it from the eyesocket of the unfortunate cougar." or something like that

    The pen is mightier...

  • Right eyesocket (frontal view): the left arrow shows the bony protuberance of the supraorbital notch, and the right arrow shows the frontal notch.

    Not Philip II of Macedon

  • Right eyesocket (internal view): the left arrow shows the bony protuberance of the supraorbital notch, and the right arrow shows the frontal notch.

    Not Philip II of Macedon

  • Left eyesocket (internal view): the asymmetry observed between the two orbits is mainly a postmortem effect; the top part of the bone was lifted up during cremation.

    Not Philip II of Macedon

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