Definition of four-eyes in English:

four-eyes

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noun

informal , derogatory
A person who wears glasses.
More example sentences
  • Granted, I did call her four-eyes and she was supposed to be my best friend at the time.
  • He was furious he'd let four-eyes get the better of him.

Derivatives

four-eyed

adjective
More example sentences
  • At 70, the celebrated linguist was not keen to abandon her research into Shakespeare's Hamlet in order to devote precious time to a four-eyed wizard at a public school.
  • They thought that the morale of such buck-toothed, four-eyed midgets would collapse before European troops.
  • Now every four-eyed kid in the land apparently wants to be a wizard.

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