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  • A dozen men and women were looking out over the sea through their binoculars. Cited from West Wind Drift, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • It is also good to take binoculars to see things from a distance.
  • She had placed the binoculars on the table, and slowly she came to him. Cited from The Flaming Forest, by James Oliver Curwood
  • In her hand she still held the binoculars he had left on the cabin table. Cited from The Flaming Forest, by James Oliver Curwood
  • In a very short time he returned to the surface with a pair of new binoculars.
  • During these studies, he was arrested twice for looking around yards with binoculars at early hours.
  • Binoculars are usually designed for the specific application for which they are intended.
  • In an attempt to find out what had happened, she looks for other people with binoculars.
  • Jack, of course, had his binoculars out as soon as it was possible to see any distance. Cited from Air Service Boys Over the Atlantic, by Charles Amory Beach
  • After a while the doctor put away his binoculars and rubbed his eyes. Cited from The Lord of Death and the Queen of Life
  • All afternoon he watched through binoculars the white and blue and green flag on the rock above him. Cited from The Lighted Match, by Charles Neville Buck
  • If you put up your binoculars, you will see that he is almost on his toes. Cited from The Hill, by Horace Annesley Vachell
  • Tom took a pair of binoculars, and looked through them at his home in the focus of light. Cited from Tom Swift and his Great Searchlight,by V. Appleton
  • With his binoculars, always at hand, he could make out a definite shape.
  • Four other men also carrying binoculars stand behind him.
  • German staff officers watched the aircraft through binoculars as they attacked and eighteen were killed.
  • The center is free to enter, has binoculars for public use, and is out of the weather.
  • Paul, with the binoculars to his eyes, was the one to win. Cited from Around the World in Ten Days, by Chelsea Curtis Fraser
  • Drawing a small pair of binoculars from his pocket, he fixed them on the spot. Cited from Curlie Carson Listens In, by Roy J. Snell
  • With binoculars it can be seen to cover an area three quarters the size of the full moon.
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Meaning of binoculars

  • noun An optical instrument designed for simultaneous use by both eyes