Definition of Eye mask
1. Noun. A mask covering the upper part of the face but with holes for the eyes.
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Literary usage of Eye mask
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1. History of the New World Called America by Edward John Payne (1899)
"... an eye-mask, clasps the tree with his ... 185, for a representation of a worshipper wearing the eye-mask. BOOK II. ..."
2. Incarnations of the Aztec Supernatural: The Image of Huitzilopochtli in by Elizabeth Hill Boone (1989)
"... and less distinctly, by his eye mask. A fragmentary carved femur found in Mexico City in the 1960s during the Metro excavations (Fig. ..."
3. A Manual of the Diagnosis and Treatment of the Diseases of the Eye by Edward Jackson (1907)
"... be removed frequently to instil drops or to cleanse the eye. Mask Protector.—To protect the eye from injury by accidental strokes during sleep, ..."
4. A Manual of diseases of the eye for students and general practitioners by Clarence Archibald Veasey (1903)
"Ring's eye mask. may be placed over the eye in a dry state, or moistened with a weak solution of bichloride of mercury, or a solution of boric acid. ..."
5. Secrets in Stone: Yokes, Hachas and Palmas from Southern Mesoamerica by Edwin M. Shook, Elayne Marquis (1996)
"... tiny drill hole in upper front near top edge. SP. MBT. H. 21cm.;W. 17cm.; T. 3.7 cm. Remarks: eye mask similar to that seen on U45. ..."
6. Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society Annual Meeting by American Ophthalmological Society (1876)
"or for the temporary application of iced or other dressings incompatible with the use of the black silk eye-mask or coquilles. In cases of retinal, neural, ..."
7. Through the Yukon and Alaska by Thomas Arthur Rickard (1909)
"The natives wear wooden spectacles or a wooden eye-mask, with a slit for each eye, to guard against snow-blindness. If blinded by the glare of snow, ..."
8. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1866)
"... ensee of granular ophthalmia, inserted between the affected lids and ball of the eye mask я made of glass and of the ..."
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