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aviator glasses

Syllabification: a·vi·a·tor glass·es

Definition of aviator glasses in English:

noun

A style of sunglasses with thin wire frames and large lenses.
Example sentences
  • Anthony is wearing aviator sunglasses, a sweat band around his arm, and a hooded tank top vest.
  • Aviator shades are still flying high on the fashion scale, so find a pair that suits you best.
  • The other one was Jeffrey, a short pudgy guy with wire framed aviator glasses, bushy eyebrows and a penchant for wearing flip flops even when it was cold out.

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