eye-wash


eye-wash

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • eye- wash — This expression eye wash is generally used to cover up the anxiety of a person who is seeking a concrete reply or justification for an act or an event that had affected his personal image or caused him a loss. The affected person usually… …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • eye|wash — «Y WOSH, WSH», noun. 1. a liquid preparation to clean or heal the eyes. 2. Slang. deceiving flattery; an insincere excuse. 3. Slang. nonsense: »This notion is romantic eyewash (Maclean s) …   Useful english dictionary

  • eye wash — deceptive speech or actions; nonsense; eye lotion, substance used to cleanse or medicate the eyes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • eye wash — collyrium …   Medical dictionary

  • eye wash — noun (U) 1 a special liquid used for washing your eyes when they are sore 2 BrE spoken old fashioned something that you do not believe is true: Don t talk such eyewash! …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • eye·wash — /ˈaıˌwɑːʃ/ noun [noncount] 1 : a liquid used for washing the eyes 2 informal + old fashioned : foolish words : ↑nonsense He says he ll quit his job, but we know that s just eyewash …   Useful english dictionary

  • Eye shadow — is a cosmetic that is applied on the eyelids and under the eyebrows. It is commonly used to make the wearer s eyes stand out or look more attractive.Eye shadow adds depth and dimension to one s eyes, complements the eye color, or simply draws… …   Wikipedia

  • eye disease — Introduction  any of the diseases or disorders that affect the human eye (eye, human).       This article briefly describes the more common diseases of the eye and its associated structures, the methods used in examination and diagnosis, and the… …   Universalium

  • eye water — n. wash or medicated liquid or cream for the eyes (Ophthalmology); natural tears or discharge from the eyes …   English contemporary dictionary

  • eye-water — n. Collyrium, wash or lotion for the eyes …   New dictionary of synonyms