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- adj. Having only a single eye, particularly when a higher number is normal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having or showing only one eye.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having but one eye; cyclopean; also, having but one eye capable of vision.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or showing only one eye
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Jim made it clear that unless it was absolutely unavoidable we wouldn’t be travelling during the hours of darkness; there were too many hazards, trucks without lights, pedestrians walking the roads, Bosnian motorbikes, as he called the one-eyed monster that’s a car with one headlamp out.
But being a so called "one-eyed" supporter I reckon we'll get home by 8.
Mullah Omar, popularly known as the one-eyed Taliban, was the first member of the Taliban I met back in 2001.
I mean sure, the whole pissing off Poseidon thing, the sirens, getting them eaten by a one-eyed giant, and the eventual collective cock-block when he "rescued" them all from the island of sexy vixens and never-ending free drinks.
I can't get over the sight of the one-eyed and the blind.
In the show, Philip J. Fry, a pizza boy who is accidentally cryogenically frozen until the 31st century, lives in "New New York" and makes some odd friends, including a hedonistic robot, a curvaceous one-eyed ship captain and a professor who happens to be his very distant nephew.
The Banksy Effect, the term coined by journalist Max Foster several years ago, speaks to an awakening of interest in the (often illegal) interventions that artists use to call attention to the way we complacently live under larger-than-life infrastructures built (often) by one-eyed men.
The new superstars are trailed by notorious one-eyed vampire hunter, Eddie Van Helsing, played by veteran actor Malcolm McDowell.
He emerged from the ship and looked about, fixing his one-eyed gaze on the “authorities” there.
“Bring that emblem here!” said the one-eyed charr.