Pronunciation: /məˈnäkyələr, mä-/
with, for, or in one eye:he had only monocular vision
an optical instrument for viewing distant objects with one eye, like one half of a pair of binoculars.
mid 17th century: from late Latin monoculus 'having one eye' + -ar1
Pirate Pete attacked the pleasure boat fleet.
He was so bold, never had been beat.
He gazed through his spyglass,
Looking for a likely lass.
He didn't use binoculars; his patch made that silly.
sufficed, but sounded too frilly.
He swung himself onto the last of the craft.
Sending shivers through the crew, he menacingly laughed.
Words are a game. Sometimes I play alone, but you are welcome to play, too.