noun, plural Nez Per·cés [nez -pur-siz; French ney per-sey], /ˈnɛz ˈpɜr sɪz; French neɪ pɛrˈseɪ/, (especially collectively) Nez Per·cé for 1.
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The bushy-haired Russian Jew in the pince-nez was an ardent revolutionary but also a genuine democrat, or so the legend goes.
Walter Fetherston glanced at the general through his pince-nez with a curious expression, but he did not join in the conversation.
John Maltwood, the quiet, youngish-looking man in the gold pince-nez, was popular everywhere over the country-side.
Every action of the doctor had been noted, and information of it conveyed to the quiet-mannered man in pince-nez.
Old Van's possible confidant, instead of immediately answering, again assumed the pince-nez.The Awkward Age|Henry James
Good fellows on the whole, with their gladstone bags and their pince-nez and their unmistakable respectability.