from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who is affected by myopia.
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- n. One who has myopia.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A person having myopia; a myops.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A short-sighted person. Also myops.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person with myopia; a nearsighted person
McCain's an unsustainable myope then: His robocall made the argument that his unbroken 24 years of opposition to abortion made him the real conservative, not flip-flopping Mitt Romney.
Petite anglaise minus her glasses is as short-sighted as a mole myope comme une taupe rather than as blind as a bat.
"The count doesn't see any better than he did -- _toujours myope, lui_" the old woman murmured to her son, with a pregnant wink, as she took her snuff.
"Supposing these facets myope or presbyte," observed Jack, "that gives seventeen thousand three hundred and twenty-five pairs of spectacles on one nose!"
Then he can dissect beetles like Straus Derekheim, without becoming a myope.
His face, which was clean shaven, was the face of a hawk, with the contracted myope vision characteristic of that bird.
Dr. Wood (U.S. Disp.) discredits the opinion, expressed by some, that a rice diet produces injurious effects on the eyes -- the condition of myope, for instance.
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“edentee, myope, rugueuse, ou bossue,” my feelings towards her might still have been kindly, but they could never have been impassioned; I had affection for the poor little misshapen
[Footnote 51: Or standard-bearer.] [Footnote 52: _i. e._ the One-eyed (syn. le myope, the short-sighted, the Italian word [_Il Bornio_] having both meanings), _i. e.