I'm not an oculist, but I know one or two of the best men, who have made great reputations since this war.
He spent a miserable night, and went next day to Louvain, to see the oculist.
The oculist Bermont could not recover from his surprise at an event so entirely beyond his science.
And then the oculist suggested that we should have a look at Sholto.
I've heard an oculist say that the eye that doesn't blink ends in blindness, and he who won't bend breaks.
She had been to an oculist, who found that the trouble was in her eyes.
Edward was introduced and would have taken his leave, but the oculist detained him.
Dentists are a factor of Zion City, and it is said he also used an oculist.
If thats so, about ten million fans in this country have trouble with their eyesight and ought to see an oculist.
The oculist from whom you obtained your lenses will tell you their magnifying power.
oculist oc·u·list (ŏk'yə-lĭst)
A physician who specializes in treating diseases of the eyes; an ophthalmologist.