Definition Eye

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an eye: an organ in the head used to see things (most people have two of these!)
as far as the eye can see everywhere in view, as far as the horizon
a black eye a bruised eye
to sleep with one eye open to be careful or vigilant, to watch out
to keep an eye on... to observe.., to monitor...
the apple of my eye the thing that I treasure

to eye: to look at or watch intensely


  • "As our eyes met for the first time, I felt her looking deep into my soul, a place where no woman had ever penetrated."
  • "The look of love is in your eyes."
  • "I brought my eyes wide shut mask and everything!"
  • "I mean, very colorful with an ear where the eye should be."
  • "The last person who made me laugh got a needle in his eye."
  • "Before we go any further, let's check in with our "eye in the sky", Ray Upton for a quick traffic report."
  • "Before we begin, let's check in with our "Eye in the Sky", Ray Upton, who joins us live from the Radio Rhubarb Traffic Copter 1."
  • "Vicar : Ladies and gentlemen, we are gathered here today to celebrate the holy matrimony of two young lovers, eager to forge a union in the eyes of God, which is to last forever and ever."
  • "Eye witness report by: CLIVE THE BEER VENDOR"
  • "Oh my eyes!"

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