"That is proved by the focus of the magnifier," remarked the abbé.
A curious thing is this proboscis, when seen through the magnifier.
I dug up the roots and thoroughly dissected them, and with the aid of a magnifier I studied the trunk, the roots, and the limbs.
Impossible usually to see into the small pores with magnifier.
His face stiffened into fixed and horrible intentness as he stared through his magnifier at the little oblong of mirror.
The wrong end of the magnifier is held to everything, but still the exhibition is highly curious.
We can make exaggeration the scourge of meanness and the magnifier of truth on the broad screen of life.
The magnifier enlarged him to a seeming half inch or so, and I could see better, now, this strange tiny creature.
She was observing the eclipse, but with an opera-glass—a magnifier that certainly could not reveal very much.
Most of these flowers need to be picked to pieces under the magnifier to show up their full beauty.