Definition of Myopics

1. Noun. (plural of myopic) ¹



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Definition of Myopics

1. myopic [n] - See also: myopic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Myopics

myoneural junction
myopathia
myopathias
myopathic
myopathies
myopathy
myope
myopericarditis
myopes
myophan
myophosphorylase
myopia
myopias
myopic
myopically
myopics (current term)
myopies
myoprecursor
myoprecursors
myops
myopses
myopy
myosarcoma
myoscope
myoscopes
myoseki
myoses
myoseverin
myosin
myosins

Literary usage of Myopics

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1. The Book of Health by Malcolm Alexander Morris (1883)
"The proportion of myopics amongst the students in Breslau was found by Cohn to be 60 per cent., and amongst the medical students 56 per cent, in 1867 and 57 ..."

2. On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a by Franciscus Cornelis Donders (1864)
"... appears especially from the fact, that the maximum in M is exceeded by the minimum in H. Of this, as we have already remarked, the result is, in myopics ..."

3. The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal (1868)
"In country schools, a's in those of cities, the proportion of myopics vary according to the status of the school, but never more than 2.4 per cent. ..."

4. British Journal of Children's Diseases (1908)
"The school doctor should constantly compare the musculature, the general condition, and the weight of the children. The greater number of myopics are of ..."

5. Ophthalmology; Essays, Abstracts and Reviews. edited by Henry Vanderbilt W├╝rdemann, Nelson Miles Black (1906)
"Of 151 pupils 4 per cent, were myopic, and only one pupil had a myopia of more than 1 D. The small percentage of myopics in this school is not due to the ..."

6. A Manual of the Diseases of the Eye by Nottidge Charles Macnamara (1882)
"Among myopics, accommodation and convergence of the Causes of optic axes are called into play to a greater extent than in li<fn. ..."

7. The Optical defects of the eye, and their consequences, asthenopia and by John Zachariah Laurence (1865)
"High myopics require very strong concaves, and yet, when I tell you that ordinary opticians hardly ever keep glasses of a shorter focus than 6 inches, ..."

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