binocular

Part of speech: adjective

Having two eyes.

Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to the use of both eyes at once.

Part of speech: noun

A glass, as a telescope or microscope, adapted to vision by both eyes at once.

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Usage examples "binocular":

  1. The first lieutenant appeared to be somewhat his senior, and neither could see, even with the assistance of a very greasy and dirty binocular. - "Ismailia", Samuel W. Baker.
  2. We climbed all the high ridges and swept the country with our binocular glasses. - "Hunting with the Bow and Arrow", Saxton Pope.
  3. As he rounded into the stretch I caught a binocular view of his face, and he looked dazed and a little frightened. - "Lighter Than You Think", Nelson Bond.