[ UK /ˈaɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈaɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈaɪd/ ]
having an eye or eyes or eyelike feature especially as specified; often used in combination
a peacock's eyed feathers
How To Use eyed In A Sentence
- The method enhances data recoverability in keyed database records.
- They were energetic, bright eyed, and cheerful.
- Hassan in frequently going to sleep in one town, to awake in another far distant, but without the benighted Oriental's surprise at the transfer, the afrit who performed this prodigy being a steam-engine, and the magician it obeyed the human mind. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 11, No. 23, February, 1873
- Mao was your typical twentieth century despot, and only moon-eyed Communists would beg to differ. Chairman Mao in a Dress Not Funny?
- In the following year they surveyed the perpendicular to the meridian east of Paris, triangulating the area between Paris and Strasbourg.
- Such a cynosure, at least in aspect, and something such too in nature, though with important variations made apparent as the story proceeds, was welkin-eyed Billy Budd, or Baby Budd, as more familiarly under circumstances hereafter to be given he at last came to be called, aged twenty-one, a foretopman of the British fleet toward the close of the last decade of the eighteenth century. Billy Budd
- A frown creased his face and he surveyed me with a look.
- The ambassador personally conveyed the president's message to the king.
- ‘Don't worry, babe,’ he reassured his wife though he wasn't as confident as his tone conveyed.
- Call me a moon-eyed dreamer: I still believe the work of the serious writer will be recognized for what it is, whether it takes place examples chosen only for clarity and expediency in Ambergris, or 351 West 52 St New York City Apt # D RIGHT NOW, dammit. Evil Monkey on Fantasy