Origin of binocle1
Definition for binocle (2 of 2)
Origin of binocle2
Examples from the Web for binocle
Something seems to attract his gaze, for he holds the binocle steadily toward the south.Trumpeter Fred|Charles King
Here he plants his binocle on his nose, leans back and stares at me.Happy-Thought Hall|F. C. Burnand
Picking up a binocle, which lay on the table, he turned to look toward Mt. HoodSublime!An Oregon Girl|Alfred Ernest Rice
Binocle, bin′o-kl, n. a telescope through which an object can be viewed with both eyes at the same time.