A sensory structure capable of light reception, located on the dorsal side of the diencephalon in various reptiles. Also called pineal eye.(noun)
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Use "third eye" in a sentence
"It was a wicked-looking blue chicken with a third eye bursting through its forehead—a chicken with twelve claws, all of which clutched instruments of death: daggers, swords, deep-fry baskets, meat tenderizers, and a snickersnee."
"It is believed that the third eye insures the “debil-debil” against all possible surprises, thus preserving the mystery of identity."