Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Watching in all directions; having keen sight.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. rare Having a deceitful look.
“This double-eyed style makes it easy to add a stinger hook at the minnow's tail.”
“(Foxhounds have a yellow spot over each eye which makes them seem double-eyed.)”
“As the Candy Man watched, gleams of light presently began to pierce the mist, from a hundred windows, from passing street cars and cabs, from darting machines now transformed into strange, double-eyed demons.”
“We have now obtained the double-eyed or twin pictures, or”
“I went across the way, and began to barter for a pair of double-eyed green spectacles.”
Narratives of the sufferings of Lewis and Milton Clarke : sons of a soldier of the Revolution, during a captivity of more than twenty years among the slaveholders of Kentucky, one of the so called Christian states of North America, by dictated
“The sword was of exact Phoenician mould; the double-eyed spear-head, formed at once for strength and lightness, might have served as the model for a sculptor in arming the hand of Minerva.”
“The spacecraft has revealed astonishing details of the planet's dynamic cloud system, including its striking double-eyed atmospheric vortex that dominates the south pole.”
“The guru bead is a new double-eyed dZi (for harmony (primarily between husband and wife), a happy family, good relationships, and success).”
“It has already shed light on Venusian features never seen before, such as the double-eyed vortex at the planet’s South Pole.”
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