one–eyed

adjective

Definition of one–eyed

  1. 1 :  having one eye :  having the sight of only one eye

  2. 2 :  lacking breadth of vision :  narrow in outlook our naïve submission to the one-eyed methodology of the physical sciences — Lewis Mumford

one–eyedness

noun, plural

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Origin and Etymology of one–eyed

Middle English oon-eyed, from oon one + eyed


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