aviator glasses

plural noun

Definition of aviator glasses 

: eyeglasses having a lightweight metal frame and relatively large usually tinted lenses

called also aviators

— see also aviator sunglasses

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In this case, why not consider Gloria Steinem: a cool ’70s look with long swingy hair, low-slung pants, and aviator glasses? Lynn Yaeger, Vogue, "Why Are History’s Fiercest Female Icons Still Embarrassingly Absent at the Halloween Store?," 26 Oct. 2018 On Saturday, a beaming Lacava could be seen in a video boarding the Venezuelan government plane that transported Holt to Washington wearing aviator glasses and a dark suit. Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee, chicagotribune.com, "Backchannel, official nicknamed 'Dracula' help free Utah man in Venezuela," 27 May 2018 On Saturday, a beaming Lacava could be seen in a video boarding the Venezuelan government plane that transported Holt to Washington wearing aviator glasses and a dark suit. Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee, chicagotribune.com, "Backchannel, official nicknamed 'Dracula' help free Utah man in Venezuela," 27 May 2018 On Saturday, a beaming Lacava could be seen in a video boarding the Venezuelan government plane that transported Holt to Washington wearing aviator glasses and a dark suit. Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee, chicagotribune.com, "Backchannel, official nicknamed 'Dracula' help free Utah man in Venezuela," 27 May 2018 On Saturday, a beaming Lacava could be seen in a video boarding the Venezuelan government plane that transported Holt to Washington wearing aviator glasses and a dark suit. Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee, chicagotribune.com, "Backchannel, official nicknamed 'Dracula' help free Utah man in Venezuela," 27 May 2018 On Saturday, a beaming Lacava could be seen in a video boarding the Venezuelan government plane that transported Holt to Washington wearing aviator glasses and a dark suit. Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee, chicagotribune.com, "Backchannel, official nicknamed 'Dracula' help free Utah man in Venezuela," 27 May 2018 On Saturday, a beaming Lacava could be seen in a video boarding the Venezuelan government plane that transported Holt to Washington wearing aviator glasses and a dark suit. Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee, chicagotribune.com, "Backchannel, official nicknamed 'Dracula' help free Utah man in Venezuela," 27 May 2018 On Saturday, a beaming Lacava could be seen in a video boarding the Venezuelan government plane that transported Holt to Washington wearing aviator glasses and a dark suit. Joshua Goodman And Matthew Lee, chicagotribune.com, "Backchannel, official nicknamed 'Dracula' help free Utah man in Venezuela," 27 May 2018

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1948, in the meaning defined above

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aviator glasses

noun

English Language Learners Definition of aviator glasses

: eyeglasses with light metal frames and large lenses

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