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stenopeic

[ sten-uh-pee-ik ]
/ ˌstɛn əˈpi ɪk /
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adjective

pertaining to or containing a narrow slit or minute opening: a stenopeic device to aid vision after eye surgery.

noun

a device, as of wood, metal, or cardboard, with a narrow horizontal slit, worn over the eyes for protection against bright sunlight.

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Also sten·o·pae·ic, sten·o·pa·ic [sten-uh-pey-ik]. /ˌstɛn əˈpeɪ ɪk/.

Origin of stenopeic

1860–65; sten(o)- + Greek opaî(os) having a hole + -ic
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Medical definitions for stenopeic

stenopeic
[ stĕn′ə-pēĭk ]

adj.

Having a narrow opening or slit.
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