Definition of Optometers
1. optometer [n] - See also: optometer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Optometers
Literary usage of Optometers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Refractive and Motor Mechanism of the Eye by William Norwood Souter (1910)
"optometers Based upon the Principle of the Opera Glass or Galileo's Telescope.—optometers of this kind consist of a combination of a strong concave lens, ..."
2. Recent Advances in Ophthalmic Science by Henry Willard Williams (1866)
"optometers. WE owe to Professor Von Graefe the introduction of an instrument for determining the refractive power of the eye, and ascertaining the focal ..."
3. Diseases of the eye by George Edmund De Schweinitz (1916)
"optometers are based upon a number of principles. For instance, a single convex lens by which the direction of the luminous rays emanating from an object is ..."
4. Text-book of Ophthalmology by Ernst Fuchs (1911)
"The determination of myopia by glasses or optometers is called the subjective method, because it is dependent upon the statements of the patient. ..."
5. A Handbook of Ophthalmic Science and Practice by Henry Edward Juler (1884)
"Various instruments, called optometers, have been devised for the purpose of ... The distinctive feature of other optometers is the nature of the ..."