Other definitions for binocle (2 of 2)
a card game of the bezique family that is played by two persons with a 48-card pack, the lowest card of which is nine.
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How to use binocle in a sentence
Something seems to attract his gaze, for he holds the binocle steadily toward the south.Trumpeter Fred | Charles King
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.
Here he plants his binocle on his nose, leans back and stares at me.Happy-Thought Hall | F. C. Burnand