The optician looked suspiciously at me as I made these wholesale purchases.
The acoumeter is largely used by aurists and can be obtained from the optician.
This perseverance had evolved the larger instrument from a small telescope, bought for a trifle from an optician at Bath.
You had better pretend that there has been some delay—but no, your diary will show that you have not been to the optician.
The comrades rushed into an optician's shop, bought an apparatus for making hydrogen, and filled the rubber with the gas.
And then the optician fits the man according to the oculist's prescription.
It must be made unethical and unprofessional for physician and optician alike to prescribe in the dark.
At the corner I ran against Mr. Clydesdale, the optician, who looks after the library which now occupies the old building.
The first cause cannot be modified by the optician's skill, and is not important when the field of view is small.
This drawback, which besides was only momentary, was largely compensated for by the progress it caused in the optician's art.
optician op·ti·cian (ŏp-tĭsh'ən)
A person who practices opticianry.