Definition of Hyperopes

1. Noun. (plural of hyperope) ¹



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Definition of Hyperopes

1. hyperope [n] - See also: hyperope

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyperopes

hyperon
hyperoncotic
hyperonic
hyperons
hyperonychia
hyperonym
hyperonyms
hyperonymy
hyperoodon
hyperoodons
hyperope
hyperoperation
hyperoperations
hyperoperator
hyperoperators
hyperopes (current term)
hyperopia
hyperopias
hyperopic
hyperopic astigmatism
hyperopically
hyperoral
hyperorality
hyperorchidism
hyperorexia
hyperorganic
hyperornithinaemia
hyperornithinaemia-hyperammonaemia-hypercitrullinuria syndrome
hyperorthocytosis
hyperorthodoxy

Literary usage of Hyperopes

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1. Ophthalmology; Essays, Abstracts and Reviews. edited by Henry Vanderbilt W├╝rdemann, Nelson Miles Black (1906)
"But we must not con- chide from this that young hyperopes attach so little ... On the contrary the great number of hyperopes who do not squint, and who, ..."

2. Ophthalmology and Ophthalmoscopy: For Practitioners and Students of Medicine by Hermann Schmidt-Rimpler, Daniel Bennett St. John Roosa (1889)
"At all events, there are special reasons for examining hyperopes with diminished visual power, for astigmatism. We have already explained that an apparent ..."

3. A Treatise on the Diseases of the Eye by Henry Drury Noyes (1881)
"The natural association which subsists between the ciliary muscle and the adductor muscles has a two-fold effect : that in hyperopes the recti interni are ..."

4. Oculo-refractive Cyclopedia and Dictionary by Thomas George Atkinson (1921)
"Most likely the low-degree and high-degree hyperopes choose different ways of dealing with the accommodation-convergence disturbance, the former yielding to ..."

5. A Manual of Experimental Physiology for Students of Medicine by Winfield Scott Hall (1904)
"The punctum remotum for hyperopes is then negative in direction and is equal to the distance, ... It follows that - is in the case of hyperopes negative. ..."

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