from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A variation of the kaleidoscope, consisting of a square box having a sight-hole in front, and two plane mirrors at the rear arranged at a suitable angle.
- noun A form of this device used for exhibiting carpets; a carpet-exhibitor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A form of kaleidoscope.
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- noun A form of
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Morgen’s and a hatache all the afternunch; plays gehamerat when he’s ernst but misses mausey when he’s lustyg; walked as far as the Head where he sat in state as the Rump; shows Early Eng-lish tracemarks and a marigold window with manigilt lights, a myrioscope, two remarkable piscines and three wellworthseeing ambries; arches all portcullised and his nave dates from dots; is