Definition of dark glasses in English:

dark glasses

Syllabification: dark glass·es


  • Glasses with tinted lenses, worn to protect or conceal a person’s eyes.
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    • Dorethea wondered if age had impaired his sight as it had her mother's, who read with a magnifying lens and wore dark glasses outside the house.
    • To view this slow moving but miraculous event please don your dark glasses or protective eye coverings.
    • Jerseys, long trousers, some form of covering to protect head and face from blowing sand, dark glasses and a good sleeping bag are essential.

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