2. Adverb. With one eye only ¹
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Definition of Monocularly
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Literary usage of Monocularly
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1. Contributions to the Analysis of the Sensations by Ernst Mach (1897)
"If we regard it monocularly, it is most easily seen, according to the law of ... The same drawing may be also viewed monocularly as a tetrahedron, ..."
2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909)
"... by substituting cross vision and thus securing the appearance of a three- legged compass, the middle leg being seen binocularly, the others monocularly. ..."
3. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1903)
"... in the same plane, when monocularly seen. The perspective which is so clearly seen in binocular vision to be different for the different sets of images ..."
4. Experimental Psychology: A Manual of Laboratory Practice by Edward Bradford Titchener, ( (1901)
"Observe the figure monocularly. Is there any other FIG. 37. —The illusions of Oppel, ... Do B and E show any further illusion, when viewed monocularly ? ..."
5. An Introductory Course in Experimental Psychology: A Text-book and by Hubert Gruender (1920)
"The tilting of a photograph of ordinary size makes little or no difference, when we view it (monocularly or binocu- larly) without the verant. ..."
6. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"H (9, r) "Little difference monocularly between this and the last (hole no. 2, 6 cm.). Opaque, softened, a little more certainly behind the screen when I ..."
7. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1892)
"A single optic nerve irritation symptom is, clinically, always expressed monocularly, and can be made to appear before the fellow-eye through related ..."