noun, plural four-eyes.
Origin of four-eyes
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He had struck Four-eyes squarely on the flat nose, and it felt as if he had slugged an anvil.
There were two circular hair-lines of glowing crimson where Hairy and Four-eyes had originally appeared.
Hairy and Four-eyes, after bowing low to the standing Person, turned and leaped out of the room.
Four-Eyes sat up deliberately, and struck himself on the chest several times as though to knock the sleep out of him.The Iron Pirate|Max Pemberton
"Four-eyes" became, overnight, "Old Four Eyes," which was another matter.Roosevelt in the Bad Lands|H. Hagedorn.