Definitions

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  • adj. having only the left eye

Etymologies

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Examples

  • My older son, Gordon, is left-eyed and right handed.

    Simple Test to Find Your Dominant Eye

  • With luck, you will turn out to be right-eyed and right-handed or left-eyed and left-handed.

    Simple Test to Find Your Dominant Eye

  • Dave, I am in need of some assistance, I have recently suffered an eye injury to my left eye, (not a scope related injury) and of course, I am left-eyed, left handed.

    The Rifleman's Badge of Honor

  • Stuart Henderson what if you're "left-eyed" like me?

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  • While she was doing this, the real right-eyed old man came home, and the left-eyed one on the shelf was cooked into fox soup.

    Asian-Pacific Folktales and Legends

  • The mysterious exaltation, the repressed satisfaction which I had hitherto discerned in his antics and grimaces and left-eyed winks gradually disappeared, and he began to grow momentarily more anxious and uneasy.

    Poor Folk

  • After three days of testing I was given an extensive report telling me such things as that I was "cross-dominated" (left-eyed but right-handed), possessed "the vocabulary of a vice president of General Motors," and was very intelligent.

    Will

  • It is only to be expected, therefore, that these elements should become conspicuous when in the dim light our seeing is mainly 'left-eyed'.

    Man or Matter

  • To the dim light, clearly, our eyes will respond more with the 'left-eyed' than with the 'right-eyed' form of vision.

    Man or Matter

  • Let us now unite with this the insight we have meanwhile gained into the two kinds of activity in seeing - the receptive, 'left-eyed' and the radiating,

    Man or Matter

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