a visor worn on the head or forehead to shield the eyes from overhead light.
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How to use eyeshade in a sentence
As I watched his CPAC speech last week, I was struck by what a narrow, green-eyeshade approach he took.
If Paul Ryan wanted to dispel his image as a green-eyeshade guy obsessed with deficits, he came to CPAC with the wrong speech.
America needs a green eyeshade party willing to do the disagreeable work of squeezing waste from the system.
Editor DeWitt, an eyeshade pulled low over his eyes, scowled as he rapidly scanned copy.The Cry at Midnight | Mildred A. Wirt
Snap, with his habitual red celluloid eyeshade shoved high on his forehead, worked over our instruments.
Duke Barrows tilted back in his chair and pushed the green eyeshade to the top of his head.The Electronic Mind Reader | John Blaine
This cashier, for instance, wore a green eyeshade whenever his hat was not on his, head.The Heritage of the Sioux | B.M. Bower
Whipping off his eyeshade, Tom went into the apartment next door and stretched out to snatch a few hours' sleep.Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung | Victor Appleton
British Dictionary definitions for eyeshade
an opaque or tinted translucent visor, worn on the head like a cap to protect the eyes from glare
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