Definition of Squinters

1. Noun. (plural of squinter) ¹



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Definition of Squinters

1. squinter [n] - See also: squinter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squinters

squinnier
squinnies
squinniest
squinny
squinnying
squinsies
squinsy
squint
squint-a-pipes
squint-eye
squint-eyed
squint hook
squint like a bag of nails
squinted
squinter
squinters (current term)
squintest
squintier
squintiest
squintifego
squinting
squinting eye
squintingly
squints
squinty
squiny
squinying
squinzey
squinzeys
squirage

Literary usage of Squinters

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1. An Introductory Course in Experimental Psychology: A Text-book and by Hubert Gruender (1920)
"So much for the eye-movements of squinters and the purely geometrical construction of their retinal images. As a result of these abnormal conditions the ..."

2. Tests and Studies of the Ocular Muscles by Ernest Edmund Maddox (1898)
"THE OCULAR MUSCLES. is to restore first binocular vision, and then, if possible, stereoscopic vision to those squinters who have lost these powers. ..."

3. Transactions of the Annual Meeting by Ohio State Medical Society (1891)
"All squinters are shown to have some refractive defect, which, ... This constitutes the large majority of squinters, and whenever a tenotomy is made, ..."

4. Tests and studies of the ocular muscles by Ernest Edmund Maddox (1907)
"The easy success obtained by Worth in training the fusion faculty in so large a proportion of young squinters appears to show it had suffered from neglect ..."

5. Ophthalmology; Essays, Abstracts and Reviews. edited by Henry Vanderbilt Würdemann, Nelson Miles Black (1906)
"The strongest argument of the opposers of Donders' theory has been the fact that the majority of hyperopes did not become squinters. ..."

6. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1890)
"J1 pass over certain difficulties about double images, drawn from the perceptions of a few squinters (eg by Schweigger, Klin. ..."

7. The Principles of Psychology by William James (1890)
"As a matter of fact, most squinters are found blind of one eye, or almost so ; and it has long been supposed amongst ophthalmologists that the blindness is ..."

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