Eyelid ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Eyelid ( noun )

Either of the upper or lower folds of skin that can be closed over the eye to protect it or keep it moist.

Origin:

Middle english eyelid, from old english ēaglid, from ēagan eyes + lid eyelid.

Examples:

  1. She closed her eyelids and took a deep breath.
  2. He had a small cut on his eyelid.
  3. The eyelid is an important part of the eye.
  4. The eyelid is responsible for protecting the eye.
  5. The eyelid is the place where eyelashes grow.

(As a verb)

Eyelid ( verb )

Either of the upper or lower folds of skin that can be closed over the eye to protect it or keep it moist.

Origin:

Middle english eyelid, from old english ēaglid, from ēagan eyes + lid eyelid.

Examples:

  1. She closed her eyelids and took a deep breath.
  2. He had a small cut on his eyelid.
  3. The eyelid is an important part of the eye.
  4. The eyelid is responsible for protecting the eye.
  5. The eyelid is the place where eyelashes grow.
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