Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having blue eyes: as, “the blue-eyed Norseman,”
- adj. Of a person or animal, having blue eyes.
- adj. idiomatic Someone's favorite, as in blue-eyed boy
- adj. naive
- adj. performed by whites (Caucasians): blue-eyed jazz
- adj. Caucasian: blue-eyed performer
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having blue eyes.
- adj. informal favorite.
- adj. favorite.
- adj. having blue eyes
“Cavaliere sang and played keyboards for Atlantic recording group The Rascals, which helped build the sound that came to be known as blue-eyed soul.”
“To top it all off, Evan, her perfect, blond-haired, blue-eyed little boy, was having problems of his own.”
“Or are you all some freaky blond hair, blue-eyed Aryan children of the corn?”
“She cut a label off a Gerber baby box -- the picture of the perfect, grinning, blue-eyed infant with white blonde curls -- and taped it to the wall next to her bed.”
“The horsefaced British gene pool could certainly use a heavy injection of blue-eyed, Scandanavian Blond.”
“The friend was a young, redheaded, blue-eyed native of Mexico City, dressed like a gutter punk, who was “hanging around” California.”
““For the first three weeks of camp I quietly watched her shine, dark-haired, blue-eyed, and pretty as my daughter would have been, a bright future ahead of her, the future my daughter should have had.””
“Then blonde, blue-eyed terrorists causing irrevocable damage in peaceful Norway -- so much for the limitations of racial profiling...”
“Wait, casting gets even better when we see Dolores played by none other than blue-eyed Hedy Lamarr, who does nothing to disguise her Austrian accent.”
“Pilon is played by blue-eyed, redheaded Spencer Tracy, who speaks what sounds like a mixture of Portuguese, Spanish, and his native Milwaukee, as decreed by MGM's Louis B. Mayer.”
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