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  3  definitions  found 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Ocular  \Oc"u*lar\,  a.  [L.  ocularis  ocularius  fr  oculus  the 
  eye:  cf.F.  oculaire  See  {Eye},  and  cf  {Antler}, 
  1.  Depending  on  or  perceived  by  the  eye;  received  by  actual 
  sight;  personally  seeing  or  having  seen;  as  ocular  proof. 
  Thomas  was  an  ocular  witness  of  Christ's  death. 
  2.  (Anat.)  Of  or  pertaining  to  the  eye;  optic. 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
  Ocular  \Oc"u*lar\,  n.  (Opt.) 
  The  eyepiece  of  an  optical  instrument,  as  of  a  telescope  or 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
  adj  1:  of  or  relating  to  or  resembling  the  eye;  "ocular  muscles"; 
  "an  ocular  organ";  "ocular  diseases";  "the  optic  (or 
  optical)  axis  of  the  eye";  "an  ocular  spot  is  a 
  pigmented  organ  or  part  believed  to  be  sensitive  to 
  light"  [syn:  {optic},  {optical},  {opthalmic}] 
  2:  relating  to  or  using  sight;  "ocular  inspection";  "an  optical 
  illusion";  "visual  powers";  "visual  navigation"  [syn:  {optic}, 
  {optical},  {visual}] 
  3:  able  to  be  seen;  "be  sure  of  it  give  me  the  ocular  proof"- 
  Shakespeare;  "a  visual  presentation";  "a  visual  image" 
  [syn:  {visual}] 
  n  :  combination  of  lenses  at  the  viewing  end  of  optical 
  instruments  [syn:  {eyepiece}] 

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