eyepatch eyepatch


  • (n) a protective cloth covering for an injured eye


  1. It was Ogilvy who immortalized Hathaway shirts with Baron Wrangel's eyepatch and bearded Commander Whitehead for Schweppes.
  2. Imagine her sitting in a chair all day stroking a cat OR picture her as Largo with an eyepatch and trying to nuke Miami in scuba gear.
  3. It was good, hard-selling copy of the Hathaway eyepatch school.


  • Sheryl Crow Wears an Eyepatch After Playing Tennis With Sons Wyatt, Levi

    Bet she didn't see this one coming! Sheryl Crow shared a black and white Instagram picture of herself wearing an eyepatch on Tuesday, Aug. 6. "So this is what happens when you play tennis with your kids," she wrote in the caption. "Someone had a good forehand!"
    on August 9, 2013     Source: US Weekly

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  1. Angel, according to Clarke, jumped right into tasteless threatenting: "Don't ever write another word about me, or you'll need an eyepatch over your other eye."
    on Apr 14, 2008 By: Criss Angel Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "The atmosphere was rendered more sinister still by the fact that the prime minister was wearing a large black eyepatch," writes Mount. "The single lamp that was still functioning gave a weird cinematic effect. It was as though I had tracked...
    on Apr 25, 2008 By: Ferdinand Mount Source: guardian.co.uk

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