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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun plural Same as eyeglasses. See eyeglass{1}.

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  • noun Plural form of glass.
  • noun spectacles, frames bearing two lenses worn in front of the eyes

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  • noun optical instrument consisting of a frame that holds a pair of lenses for correcting defective vision

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Examples

  • *pours awt menee glasses ov choklitt martoonees in teh finest crystlol martoonee glasses*

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  • The Mole vanished promptly through a window; and the Badger bade the other two set a table on its legs again, pick up knives and forks and plates and glasses from the debris on the floor, and see if they could find materials for a supper.

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  • When he returned, his tray held two tall thin glasses dripping with the chill of the ice and marked off with wedged orange and lime on the edge of the glass.

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  • I agree, @Jack, did you also buy your glasses from the same store as Delanay and Baker?

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  • When he returned, his tray held two tall thin glasses dripping with the chill of the ice and marked off with wedged orange and lime on the edge of the glass.

    Sangrita and sangria

  • When he returned, his tray held two tall thin glasses dripping with the chill of the ice and marked off with wedged orange and lime on the edge of the glass.

    Sangrita and sangria

  • When he returned, his tray held two tall thin glasses dripping with the chill of the ice and marked off with wedged orange and lime on the edge of the glass.

    Sangrita and sangria

  • The Mole vanished promptly through a window; and the Badger bade the other two set a table on its legs again, pick up knives and forks and plates and glasses from the debris on the floor, and see if they could find materials for a supper.

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  • When he returned, his tray held two tall thin glasses dripping with the chill of the ice and marked off with wedged orange and lime on the edge of the glass.

    Sangrita and sangria

  • I am guessing that the kid with the glasses is Quil … … … ….

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