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Noun
/ˈīˌlid/,
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eyelids, plural;
  1. Each of the upper and lower folds of skin that cover the eye when closed


  1. either of two folds of skin that can be moved to cover or open the eye; "his lids would stay open no longer"
  2. An eyelid is a thin fold of skin that covers and protects an eye. With the exception of the prepuce and the labia minora, it has the thinnest skin of the whole body. The levator palpebrae superioris muscle retracts the eyelid to "open" the eye. This can be either voluntarily or involuntarily. ...
  3. A thin skin membrane that covers and moves over an eye
  4. (eyelids) Structures covering the front of the eye, which protect it, limit the amount of light entering the pupil, and distribute tear film over the exposed corneal surface.
  5. (eyelids) moveable folds of skin that protect the surface of the eyeballs
  6. (7. Eyelids) Yes we’re doing #7 now because it’s a better order than my original. At the top and bottom of the eye are two pieces of skin which can be used to close the eye in a “Blink”. ...
  7. (EYELIDS) Parrots have 3 eyelids - the upper, lower, and the nictitating membrane that spreads moisture on the eye. When it is not in use, it is folded up in the nasal corner of the eye.  Humans have a vestigial nictitating membrane in the corner of their eyes.
  8. (Eyelids) 3-5 days Face → 5-7 days Breast → 7-10 days Trunk → 7-10 days Hands → 10-14 days Feet → 10-14 days
  9. (Eyelids) Structure in front of the eyes that act like a windshield wiper to clear debris and excess moisture from the front of the eyeball. ...
  10. (Eyelids) have the function of protecting and lubricating the eye, wiping tears across the eye with every blink and, if something gets in the eye, producing excess tears to wash the foreign object away.
  11. Either of two movable, protective, folds of flesh that cover and uncover the front of the eyeball.
  12. represents a movable skin that covers the eye. Every human has a superior eyelid and an inferior one and both can be controlled so that the eye can be opened or closed.
  13. (in  eye disease: Tumours of the lids)
  14. A fold of skin and its subcutaneous components that covers the anterior globe. The upper lid is bounded by the soft tissue overlying the inferior border of the bony supraorbital ridge and inferiorly by the lid margin. ...