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strabismus (n.)

"a squinting," 1680s, medical Latin, from Greek strabismos, from strabizein "to squint," from strabos "squinting, squint-eyed," related to strobos "a whirling round," from PIE root *streb(h)- "to wind, turn." Earlier in Englished form strabism (1650s). Related: Strabismal; strabismic; strabismical.

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Definitions of strabismus

strabismus (n.)
abnormal alignment of one or both eyes;
Synonyms: squint
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