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noun Optics.

an optical glass of high dispersion and a relatively high index of refraction, composed of alkalis, lead oxide, and silica, with or without other bases, sometimes used as the diverging lens component of an achromatic lens.

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Origin of flint glass

First recorded in 1665–75
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flint glass

noun

another name for optical flint, flint (def. 4)
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