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dark glasses

plural noun
1.
spectacles with lenses tinted to reduce transmitted light
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  • He removed the dark glasses when he was in the room, for they hurt his nose and ears.

    Frank Roscoe's Secret Allen Chapman
  • dark glasses were adjusted against the glare, and we were off.

    Through Glacier Park Mary Roberts Rinehart
  • When resting, dark glasses will be found a great relief to the eyes.

  • He was in the uniform of a private and his eyes were hidden by dark glasses.

    The Wrong Twin Harry Leon Wilson
  • When the sun was bright, he wore his dark glasses, thereby gaining an unfair advantage.

    Lavender and Old Lace Myrtle Reed

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