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Usage examples for binocular

  1. The sight was a standard binocular light- gun sight, with a spongeplastic mask to save the gunner from a pair of black eyes every time he fired it. – Four-Day Planet by Henry Beam Piper
  2. When her distinctive steps finally came through the door, he refused to raise his head from the binocular microscope. – Mate in Two Moves by Winston Marks
  3. There was something rather disturbing in the dry, quizzical smile that I encountered and the reflection that I had been under observation, and I felt as much embarrassed as I should suppose a self- conscious water- flea might feel on finding itself on the illuminated stage of a binocular microscope. – The Red Thumb Mark by R. Austin Freeman
  4. Go to the cabin and fetch my large binocular in its case. – Steve Young by George Manville Fenn
  5. Rising to the height of 4, 000 feet, he searched the sea in all directions through his binocular. – Round the World in Seven Days by Herbert Strang
  6. The view was, of course, superb, but while I was admiring it in all its wonderful extent and variety, Hall, who had immediately pulled out his binocular, was busy inspecting the Syx works, the top of whose great tufted smoke column was thousands of feet beneath our level. – The Moon Metal by Garrett P. Serviss
  7. He put down the binocular, took the six- gun from its holster, twirled the cylinder briskly and caressed the trigger with an eager finger. – Bruce of the Circle A by Harold Titus
  8. From his saddle Langdon unslung a binocular glass imported from Paris. – The Grizzly King by James Oliver Curwood
  9. She was watching through a binocular a faint light which had become visible in the direction of the bluff far away over the bay. – The Hand of Ethelberta by Thomas Hardy
  10. Harris did not change horses but searched hastily in his war bag and slipped the strap of a binocular case across his shoulders and rode off with the girl as she finished cinching her saddle on a fresh horse. – The Settling of the Sage by Hal G. Evarts
  11. Military agency has completely destroyed the physical concept which the white world had of the Negro in 1914, by placing him in the focus of Caucasian binocular vision, wherein his better attributes become visible in their synthetic relation. – Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights by Kelly Miller
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