- being, or situated, between the eyes.
Origin of interocular
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Examples from the Web for interocular
The “doubling” of objects is only equal to the interocular distance.Visual Illusions
Trimorphodon latifascia differs from tau in having fewer dark cross-bands on the body and in lacking an interocular bar.The Amphibians and Reptiles of Michoacn, Mxico
William E. Duellman
Eyes rather small and not very prominent, their width as seen from the front distinctly less than half the interocular distance.