Etymology
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eye-witness (n.)

also eyewitness, "one who testifies to something he has seen," 1530s, from eye (n.) + witness (n.). As a verb from 1844. Related: Eyewitnessed; eyewitnessing.

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Dictionary entries near eye-witness

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eyesight

eyesore

eye-tooth

eyewash

eye-witness

eyot

eyrie

Ezekiel

Ezra

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