What is another word for simple eye?
[ sˈɪmpə͡l ˈa͡ɪ], [ sˈɪmpəl ˈaɪ], [ s_ˈɪ_m_p_əl ˈaɪ]
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How to use "Simple eye" in context?
The human eye is one of the most complex organs in the body. There are over 100 million structures in the eye that work together to allow us to see. The eye is made up of three parts: the front, middle, and back. The front and back of the eye are covered by the eyelids. The middle part of the eye is where the vision occurs. The front and back of the middle part of the eye are made up of the lens and the retina. The lens is a clear plastic structure that helps us to focus our vision. The retina is a nerve structure that helps us to see in black and white.
Homophones for Simple eye:
- sinful, scumble, shamble, snowplow, simple, simply, sniffle, seasonable, symphyla, snaffle, sniffly, snowbell, swamp lily, snowmobile, swamp willow, synovial, snowball, snuffly, snowfall, semivowel, swine flu, shamefully, snivel, San Pablo, symbol, schnabel, sample, sun valley, snuffle, Skinful, shameful, seasonably, snap willow.
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