eyeglasses held in place by a spring that clamps them to the bridge of the nose; pince-nez.
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How to use nose glasses in a sentence
Vichy Volonsky, a short, roundheaded man, had held up the rest of the issue while he studied the content through his nose-glasses.Satan and the Comrades | Ralph Bennitt
Noting her mood, Whaley gruffly took up the letter and, adjusting his black-rimmed nose-glasses, he read it.The Cottage of Delight | Will N. Harben
He was a tall, pale young man with store clothes and nose glasses.Connie Morgan in the Fur Country | James B. Hendryx
He looked over his nose glasses at Jordan and Daniel and Eleanore.The Goose Man | Jacob Wassermann
Guilbert, the French mining engineer, leered through his polished nose-glasses.Whirligigs | O. Henry