couple wearing Groucho glasses
Groucho from Groucho Marx + glasses
Groucho glasses (plural only)
- A novelty pair of horn-rimmed glasses with attached eyebrows, plastic nose, and bushy mustache, caricaturing Groucho Marx.
2004 May, Gus Mattox, “Fuzz Down Below”, Out, ISSN 1062-7928, page 93:
- I felt like I was going down on a pair of Groucho glasses.
2006 October 17, Joe Klein, “Afterword”, in Primary Colors: A Novel of Politics, edition Trade Paperback, Random House, LCC PS3550.A1 P75 2006, ISBN 978-0812976472, LCCN 2007271170, OCLC 85827302, page 378:
- Dan Menaker handed me a pair of Groucho glasses as I entered the room.
2011, David Anderegg, Nerds: How Dorks, Dweebs, Techies, and Trekkies Can Save America and Why They Might Be Our Last Hope, New York: Penguin, ISBN 978-1585428526, OCLC 708624818, page 21:
- And there on the wall with trick sunglasses you can use to look behind you, Groucho glasses, and the glasses with the eyeballs on springs was something very, very creepy.