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  • n. Plural form of eyewinker.


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  • They played their part very well, and it is quite possible that Langford, peeking through his eyewinkers, was considerably puzzled by their manner.

    Campfire Girls at Twin Lakes The Quest of a Summer Vacation

  • She was obviously controlling agitation, almost controlling tears, which seemed to threaten her very wide-open eyes; for those now fully grown and noticeable eyewinkers of hers were subject to fluctuations indicating such a threat.

    Ramsey Milholland

  • And there she inspects the wagon and pats the place with her hand where the kid used to sleep, and dabs around her eyewinkers with her handkerchief.

    Rolling Stones

  • She don't come to school with the edge of some of her underclo'es showin 'below her dress any more, about every other day, and her eyewinkers have got to stickin' out some, and she may not be so abbasa_loot_ly skinny, but she'll haf to wait a mighty long while before _I_ want to look at her without gettin 'sick! "

    Ramsey Milholland


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