noun, plural lor·gnons [French lawr-nyawn] /French lɔrˈnyɔ̃/.
Origin of lorgnon
Examples from the Web for lorgnon
Mrs. Lawton ostentatiously lifted her lorgnon, and again the girls exclaimed: "Why, mamma!"A Pasteboard Crown|Clara Morris
"Well, you're a pretty girl," said Madame Beattie, dropping her lorgnon.The Prisoner|Alice Brown
Valencia Valletort's luminous eyes had gleamed that night under their lashes, and pierced through the lenses of his lorgnon.
But not the lorgnon, nor its accompanying manner, disconcerted Miss Remi.
Inside a lady was sitting, and she looked at me through a lorgnon.A Young Girl's Diary|An Anonymous Young Girl