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eyes, plural;
  1. Look at or watch closely or with interest
    • - Rose eyed him warily
Noun
  1. Each of a pair of globular organs in the head through which people and vertebrate animals see, the visible part typically appearing almond-shaped in animals with eyelids
    • - my cat is blind in one eye
    • - closing her eyes, she tried to relax
  2. The corresponding visual or light-detecting organ of many invertebrate animals

  3. The region of the face surrounding the eyes
    • - her eyes were swollen with crying
  4. A person's eye as characterized by the color of the iris
    • - he had piercing blue eyes
  5. Used to refer to someone's power of vision and in descriptions of the manner or direction of someone's gaze
    • - his sharp eyes had missed nothing
    • - I couldn't take my eyes off him
  6. Used to refer to someone's opinion or attitude toward something
    • - in the eyes of his younger colleagues, Mr. Arnett was an eccentric
    • - to European eyes, it may seem that the city is overcrowded
  7. A thing resembling an eye in appearance, shape, or relative position, in particular

  8. The small hole in a needle through which the thread is passed

  9. A small metal loop into which a hook is fitted as a fastener on a garment

  10. A loop at the end of a rope, esp. one at the top end of a shroud or stay

  11. A rounded eyelike marking on an animal, such as those on the tail of a peacock; an eyespot

  12. A round, dark spot on a potato from which a new shoot can grow

  13. A center cut of meat
    • - eye of round
  14. The center of a flower, esp. when distinctively colored

  15. The calm region at the center of a storm or hurricane

  16. The extreme forward part of a ship
    • - it was hanging in the eyes of the ship

  1. look at
  2. the organ of sight
  3. good discernment (either visually or as if visually); "she has an eye for fresh talent"; "he has an artist's eye"
  4. attention to what is seen; "he tried to catch her eye"
  5. center: an area that is approximately central within some larger region; "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the storm"
  6. a small hole or loop (as in a needle); "the thread wouldn't go through the eye"
  7. EYE Film Institute Netherlands is located in Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
  8. Eyes are organs that detect light, and convert it to electro-chemical impulses in neurons. The simplest photoreceptors in conscious vision connect light to movement. ...
  9. Eye is an album released by Robyn Hitchcock in 1990 on Glass Fish (UK) and Twin/Tone Records (US) and is his fourth solo album, and eighth including his work with The Egyptians. (This solo effort interrupted a series of releases by Robyn Hitchcock & The Egytians for A&M.)
  10. In botany, a bud is an undeveloped or embryonic shoot and normally occurs in the axil of a leaf or at the tip of the stem. Once formed, a bud may remain for some time in a dormant condition, or it may form a shoot immediately.
  11. The eye is a region of mostly calm weather found at the center of strong tropical cyclones. The eye of a storm is a roughly circular area and typically 30–65 km (20–40 miles) in diameter. ...
  12. Higher Learning is a 1995 American drama film, starring an ensemble cast. It also featured Tyra Banks' first performance in a theatrical film. Laurence Fishburne won an Image Award for "Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture" for his performance; Ice Cube was also nominated for the award.
  13. An organ that is sensitive to light, which it converts to electrical signals passed to the brain, by which means animals see; The visual sense; Attention, notice; The ability to notice what others might miss; A meaningful stare or look; A private eye: a privately hired detective or investigator; ...
  14. (Eyes) Spiders have simple eyes (i.e., one lens per eye, as compared with the compound eyes of insects, which have multiple lenses. Humans have simple eyes too). Spiders have eight eyes (i.e., four pairs), although a few species have only six. ...
  15. ("Eyes.") The segment of the Rod Serling-hosted TV show Night Gallery that Joan appeared in on 11/8/69. This was the show's pilot episode, and she was directed by Steven Spielberg, in his first industry job. Joan plays a rich blind woman who buys a desperate man's...EYES!
  16. (7 eyes) the 7 spirits of God sent out into all the earth. Fullness of knowledge.
  17. (EYES) Arabic 'Ayn ; pl. Uyim, A'yun. "If a person strike another in the eye, so as to force the member with its vessels out of the socket, there is no retaliation in this case, it being impossible to preserve a perfect equality in extracting an eye. ...
  18. (EYES) Strombid species as other Prosobranchs, (marine snails) possess a pair of eyes situated at the basis of cephalic tentacles. On the contrary, terrestrial snails possess eyes situated at the tip of the tentacles. ...
  19. (EYES) Symbol of wisdom or the ability to see far. Also understanding, discernment, wise messages.
  20. (EYES) The technical term for eyelid surgery is blepharoplasty. When the surgeon examines you, he may notice that there is one ptosis, i.e. a droopiness of the upper eyelid crossing in front of the eyeball. This can also result when Botox injections are misplaced.
  21. (EYES) Your perceptions or point of view; how you see the world and yourself / Needing to take a good look at something or observe something closely / Awareness; curiosity; having vision or focus / Attracting attention to yourself; being watched or barely watching / If eyes are closed: Ignoring ...
  22. (Eyes) Almond shaped (brown, except in merled dogs), with dark rims
  23. (Eyes) Almond-shaped, never protruding, dark brown (sometimes blue as puppies), with a lively, intelligent expression
  24. (Eyes) Dark brown, with eye-patch over left eye
  25. (Eyes) Difficulty coordinating the eyes is observed while the individual is following a slowly moving object. An infant may have eyes that just do not move well together, jerking, or avoidance may be seen. ...