One of them was a Jew, a small man with a glass eye, whose fixed stare rested on Miss Lane.
Young Mr. Bemis: "Why, my dear, has your father got a glass eye?"
Do you know, Cicely, I've always had a funky feeling that if I ever proposed my glass eye would drop out!
There were plenty of Homeburg girls who would have been decorated by a glass eye.
Do you think that man with the glass eye—Callack his name is—will try to get the gold?
But the hay stacks were dearer to him than the apple of his glass eye.
His complexion was florid, his hair was red, and he wore a glass eye, but he was a convincing speaker.
Well, sir, did you investigate that case far enough to discover that Professor Taylor's patient had one glass eye?
There was nothing about her worth preserving but the one glass eye.
Can't say any more, so dood by— Bully old uncle wiz a glass eye!
glass eye n.
An artificial eye fashioned of glass.
An eye whose iris is whitish, pale, or colorless.