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monocular

mo·noc·u·lar / məˈnäkyələr; mä-/ • adj. with, for, or in one eye: he had only monocular vision. • n. an optical instrument for viewing distant objects with one eye, like one half of a pair of binoculars. DERIVATIVES: mo·noc·u·lar·ly adv.

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monocular

monocular (mon-ok-yoo-ler) adj. relating to or used by one eye only. Compare binocular.

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