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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmonoclemon‧o‧cle /ˈmɒnəkəl $ ˈmɑː-/ noun [countable]  MDDCBa round piece of glass that you put in front of one eye to help you see better
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monocleHe wore riding boots and a monocle and his face was made shapeless by duelling scars.Lois made a monocle and stared through its center.The colonel, monocle in place, once again briefed them from his motionless horse.He lit a fresh cigarette, screwed his monocle more firmly into his eye, and took out his pen.Protective monocles were squeezed into the orbits of the combatants' eyes.Aristocratic with the ridiculous monocle they all affected, and a coldness behind the smile that could chill your heart.Every morning the monocle is hung round my neck and remains there until bedtime.The monocle caused the moon to shrink in size by blocking out the rooftop on the horizon.
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