Definitions

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  • adj. superlative form of beady: most beady.

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Examples

  • Some bolder ones would resurface for a second glimpse, checking out dinner possibilities, and of course, these gourmands were the biggest, with the beadiest eyes and the yellowest teeth.

    Richard Bangs: Full of Croc: Why Not to Mess Around in Small Boats in Africa

  • I saw many other birds in my month on Fair Isle, far rarer ones: I found a woodchat shrike, a streaky youngster with a grownup hooked bill, that should have been on the other side of Europe; I became adept at listening for the soft calls of common rosefinches, the blandest of birds with the beadiest of eyes; I knew where a buff-breasted sandpiper blown from North America roosted.

    A Year on the Wing

  • Walters, for all that she is so lovable, has the beadiest eyes and, in the middle of a hug, a rude joke or a good scratch of her wigless scalp, you could see them working, gauging the reactions to her performance, much as I imagine Mowlam's used to.

    New Statesman

  • 'About 50 seconds to six o'clock this seagull arrived and started pecking at the camera and it had the beadiest huge eyes you've ever seen in your life.'

    Home | Mail Online

  • "About 50 seconds to 6pm, this seagull arrived and started pecking at the camera and it had the beadiest huge eyes you've ever seen in your life."

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • Good: Tons of storage, lovely looks, big keyboard, two SDHC slots, shiner than the beadiest eye in the land

    Digital-Lifestyles

  • About 50 seconds to 6 o’clock this seagull arrived and started pecking at the camera and it had the beadiest huge eyes you’ve ever seen in your life.”

    Giant Sea Gull Walks Behind TV News Anchor

  • "About 50 seconds to 6 o'clock this seagull arrived and started pecking at the camera and it had the beadiest huge eyes you've ever seen in your life. ''

    AustralianIT.com.au | Top Stories

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