four-eyes


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four-eyes

A disparaging or facetious term for a person who wears spectacles. Nice glasses, four-eyes! I've been a four-eyes all my life. I got made fun of for it in elementary school, but in college, everyone loves my glasses!

four-eyes

n. someone who wears glasses. (Also a rude term of address.) Hey, four-eyes, betcha you can’t see this!
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However, pilots have said the rush to enforce the four-eyes rule -- whereby a member of the cabin crew swaps places with either pilot leaving the cockpit for a break -- is not a panacea.
An example of the mail guards used in Operation Blinding Storm were: (1) Secure mail guard at COMUSNAVEUR connecting the SIPRNET and the classified United Kingdom national network Combat Support Systems (CSS); (2) Pacific Region Network Operations Center connecting SIPRNET with the Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System (CENTRIXS) Four-Eyes (United Kingdom, United States, Canada and Australia); and (3) Global Reach Interactive Fully Functional Information Network (GRIFFIN) connecting SIPRNET to several other nations' national classified systems.
He told the jury: "I said `Hold on a minute, fella, there's a queue here' and he said `Hey four-eyes, get a life
When Four-Eyes won't lend them any more books, they resolve to steal the suitcase.
Even at first glance the attractive design with a new interpretation of the four-eyes face reflects two of the most important characteristics of the new Cclass: dynamism and elegance.
I rarely had a day in junior high school when I wasn't forced to endure constant bullying, teasing and name-calling: ``Hey, fatso,'' or ``Hi, four-eyes.
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Even at first glance the attractive design with a new interpretation of the four-eyes face refects two of the most important characteristics of the new C-class: dynamism and elegance.