eyeball

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eyeball

the entire ball-shaped part of the eye
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eyeball

[′ī‚bȯl]
(anatomy)
The globe of the eye.
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eyeball

i. A passenger-controlled spherical valve outlet for fresh air, usually overhead.
ii. To search visually.
iii. Visual (colloquial), as in eyeball contact.
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eyeball driven

(1) See eye tracking.

(2) A business strategy that is based on obtaining the highest number of visitors to its website. See eyeballs.

eyeballs

The number of users. "There are 110 eyeballs" means there are 110 users currently online. See eyeball hang time.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Glaucoma - a swelling of the globe of the eye and an increased pressure inside the eye itself.
* Ipsilateral connective tissue, usually lipomatous hamartomas of the scalp, eyelid, and outer globe of the eye
* Globe of the eye and extraocular muscles were absent in both the eyes.