Ocularly
Ocularly Oc"u*lar*ly, adv. By the eye, or by actual sight. [1913 Webster]

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  • ocularly — adverb /ˈɒk.jə.lə.li,ˈɒk.jʊ.lə.li,ˈɑ.kjə.lɚ.li,ˈɑ.kjʊ.lɚ.li/ a) By means of the eye; visually. Ocularly classifying trees into broad diameter groups b) Into or towards the eye. Practical ocular drug delivery: approaches to minimize the systemic… …   Wiktionary

  • ocularly — adverb 1. : by means of the eyes or the sight expressed her feelings ocularly 2. : to the sight demonstrated ocularly …   Useful english dictionary

  • ocularly — oc·u·lar·ly || É‘kjÉ™lɪ /É’kjÊŠ adv. by the eye, through the eye …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ocularly — oc·u·lar·ly …   English syllables

  • ocular — ocularly, adv. /ok yeuh leuhr/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or for the eyes: ocular movements. 2. of the nature of an eye: an ocular organ. 3. performed or perceived by the eye or eyesight. n. 4. Optics. eyepiece. [1565 75; < L ocularis, equiv. to …   Universalium

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  • éagsíene — adj visible to the eye; adv éagsíenes with one s eyes, ocularly, evidently …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • ocular — [ ɒkjʊlə] adjective Medicine of or connected with the eyes or vision. noun another term for eyepiece. Derivatives ocularly adverb Origin C16: from late L. ocularis, from L. oculus eye …   English new terms dictionary

  • ocular — /ˈɒkjələ / (say okyuhluh) adjective 1. of or relating to the eye: ocular movements. 2. of the nature of an eye: an ocular organ. 3. performed or perceived by the eye or eyesight. –noun 4. the eyepiece of an optical instrument. {Late Latin… …   Australian English dictionary

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