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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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Ronaldo, who copped a Ronaldo, who copped a shiner against Ghana in shiner against Ghana in the final group game, the final group game, had the blame for had the blame for his country's exit his country's exit laid at his feet by laid at his feet by ex-Sporting Lisbon ex-Sporting Lisbon coach Manuel Jose, who coach Manuel Jose, who said: "We've been carrying said: "We've been carrying the 'world's best' like a the 'world's best' like a diamond ring we never had.
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