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shiner

slang A bruise right around one's eye, especially as the result of a blow or impact; a black eye. The player got quite a shiner after running face-first into that goal post. A: "Wow, where'd you get that shiner?" B: "Tom punched me in the face for insulting his girlfriend."

shiner

n. a black eye. Wow, look at Marty’s shiner!
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Mr Shiner petitioned for his own bankruptcy in March 2017 declaring that he had no money to pay his creditors following the closure of his law practice, Public Interest Lawyers Limited.
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