from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small magnifying glass usually set in an eyepiece and used chiefly by watchmakers and jewelers.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A magnifying glass, usually mounted in an eyepiece, often used by jewellers and watchmakers.
- n. A type of short-range binoculars used by surgeons and dentists.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any of a variety of small magnifying glasses, having a magnifying power from 2X to 20X, commonly of 10X, which may be held in the hand, or in some cases held within the eyesocket without the use of a hand. It is commonly used by jewelers and watchmakers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mass of pasty iron mingled with slag as taken from the Catalan forge when ready to be shingled.
- n. A lens or magnifying-glass.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. small magnifying glass (usually set in an eyepiece) used by jewelers and horologists
Aside from the technical gear, average shoppers can snag a swan-shaped velvet ring box ($2) or jewelry soap ($3.95), or get a close look at their own gems with the jeweler's monocle known as a loupe ($20 to more than $100).
“That good?” he asked, putting down the photographer’s proofs of turkeys—Matt was on the Butterball campaign—that he was studying with a little magnifying glass called a loupe.
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That is where the line can become a snaking slow-paced procession leading to a Transportation Security Officers who is manually checks passengers' IDs by using a black light and magnifying loupe.
Analog animators use a light box for tracing and animating and film photographers use them to look at negatives with a loupe, the main difference being an animator was less concerned with the warmth of the light where as a photographer was b/c of white balance.
I'm fairly sure that a loupe would confirm what I suspect: Fabio has given her the best of the best.
Sarah Hotchkiss 's "My Vacation to the Moon" 2011 is a mini-installation—including a print, a lightbox, a loupe and a fake slide—that pays homage to Kodachrome, the now-discontinued color transparency film that from 1935 to 2009 recorded innumerable trips so vividly.
The fiend ignored me and stepped through the apartment, looking at things, picking them up: a jeweler's loupe, a round tin of mints, a cantaloupe.