Definition of Presbyopics

1. presbyopic [n] - See also: presbyopic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Presbyopics

presagers
presages
presageth
presaging
presagious
presale
presales
presanctified
presaturation
presbycusis
presbyope
presbyopes
presbyopia
presbyopias
presbyopic
presbyopics (current term)
presbypropria
presbyte
presbyter
presbyteral
presbyterate
presbyterates
presbyteress
presbyterial
presbyterially
presbyterials
presbyteries
presbyters
presbytership
presbyterships

Literary usage of Presbyopics

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1. Wisconsin Medical Journal by State Medical Society of Wisconsin (1908)
"... the pulling of the extra-ocular muscles and the eyeball becomes longer than normal. I find a fair proportion of my own cases, aside from presbyopics, ..."

2. On the Anomalies of Accommodation and Refraction of the Eye: With a by Franciscus Cornelis Donders (1864)
"... see through the reading-glass, and thus attain the highest degree of magnifying power; simple presbyopics, who put their accommodation little upon the ..."

3. The Natural and morbid changes of the human eye, and their treatment by Charles Bader (1868)
"presbyopics see better (ie objects appear less diffused) if their pupils are .uch contracted, as is the case in bright light. . Complaints as regards vision ..."

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