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The eye of most insects and some crustaceans, which is composed of many light-sensitive elements, each having its own refractive system and each forming a portion of an image.
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  1. The eye of most insects and some crustaceans, which is composed of many light-sensitive elements, each having its own refractive system and each forming a portion of an image.
  2. An eye made up of numerous simple eyes functioning collectively, as in insects
  3. An eye consisting of hundreds or thousands of tiny light-sensitive parts (called ommatidia), with each part serving to focus light on the retina to create a portion of an image. Most insects and some crustaceans have compound eyes.
The eye unassisted by an optical instrument.
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  1. The eye unassisted by an optical instrument.
Relating to or involving the eye or vision.
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  1. Relating to or involving the eye or vision.
  2. A lens or an optical instrument
One of a series of concentric transparent spheres thought by ancient and medieval astronomers to revolve about the earth and carry the celestial bodies.
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  1. One of a series of concentric transparent spheres thought by ancient and medieval astronomers to revolve about the earth and carry the celestial bodies.
  2. (Archaic) Something of circular form; a circle or orbit.
  3. A small globe with a cross on top, as a symbol of royal power
One who peeks furtively.
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  1. One who peeks furtively.
  2. (Colloquial, chiefly in the plural) The eye.
  3. An animal that makes short, high-pitched sounds, especially the spring peeper.
An electric device having a socket for a light bulb, especially a free-standing piece of furniture.
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  1. An electric device having a socket for a light bulb, especially a free-standing piece of furniture.
  2. A container with a wick for burning oil, alcohol, etc. to produce light or heat: the wick is often enclosed in a glass tube or chimney, to protect the flame
  3. A light bulb:
The act of perceiving or the ability to perceive; mental grasp of objects, qualities, etc. by means of the senses; awareness; comprehension
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  1. The act of perceiving or the ability to perceive; mental grasp of objects, qualities, etc. by means of the senses; awareness; comprehension
  2. The process of perceiving something with the senses:
  3. A specific idea, concept, impression, etc. so formed
The quality of a thing that is perceived through the sense of taste; flavor; savor
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  1. The quality of a thing that is perceived through the sense of taste; flavor; savor
  2. A personal preference or liking:
  3. The sense that distinguishes the sweet, sour, salty, and bitter qualities of dissolved substances in contact with the taste buds on the tongue.
The ability or power to see or make fine distinctions; discernment.
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  1. The ability or power to see or make fine distinctions; discernment.
  2. Treatment or consideration based on class or category, such as race or gender, rather than individual merit; partiality or prejudice.
  3. The act of denying rights, benefits, justice, equitable treatment, or access to facilities available to all others, to an individual or group of people because of their race, age, gender, handicap or other defining characteristic. See also reverse discrimination. The act of denying rights, benefits, justice, equitable treatment, or access to facilities available to all others, to an individual or group of people because of their race, age, gender, handicap or other defining characteristic. See also reverse discrimination.
The region of a localized bodily infection or disease.
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  1. The region of a localized bodily infection or disease.
  2. The point where rays of light, heat, etc. or waves of sound come together, or from which they spread or seem to spread; specif., the point where rays of light reflected by a mirror or refracted by a lens meet (called real focus) or the point where they would meet if prolonged backward through the lens or mirror (called virtual focus)
  3. A center of interest or activity:
(Anatomy) The muscles in the trunk of the human body, including those of the abdomen and chest, that stabilize the spine, pelvis, and shoulders.
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  1. (Anatomy) The muscles in the trunk of the human body, including those of the abdomen and chest, that stabilize the spine, pelvis, and shoulders.
  2. A stone from which one or more flakes have been removed, serving as a tool in itself or as a source of flakes from which other tools could be fashioned. Stones used as cores include flint, chert, and obsidian.
  3. (Elec.) A mass of magnetic material placed inside a wire coil, serving to channel and increase the strength of the magnetic field resulting from current in the coil
Love; affection:
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  1. Love; affection:
  2. One's prevailing mood or current inclination:
  3. The repository of one's deepest and sincerest feelings and beliefs:
The central, most important part of something; core; essence
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  1. The central, most important part of something; core; essence
  2. The usually edible seed inside the hard covering of a nut or fruit stone.
  3. A small amount of something, especially when potentially developing into something else:
Find another word for eye. In this page you can discover 21 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for eye, like: instrument of vision, compound-eye, oculus (Latin), simple eye, ocellus (Latin), naked-eye, optic, orb, peeper, lamp and perception.