American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Direct visual contact with another's eyes: "He managed to say hello to 12 people in five seconds without making eye contact with a single one” ( Village Voice).
- n. The condition or action of looking at another human or animal in the eye.
- n. a meeting of the eyes between two people that expresses meaningful nonverbal communication
- n. contact that occurs when two people look directly at each other
“She made eye contact with him, and spoke not with love but with the mission-centered earnestness of officer to sergeant.”
““Yes, my lord,” Maleiras said, maintaining eye contact with Narjam on the small screen attached to the arm of her chair.”
“Goveia made eye contact for the first time, and smiled sadly.”
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“When I first met Bertram he suffered withprominent facial acne and was painfully reserved, making little if any eye contact with me.”
“But the two universally positive paralinguistic signals are eye contact and a smile.”
“Kirk was aware that the Drelb had produced those large, human blue eyes simply because she knew that humans are more comfortable if eye contact is made—even so, the gesture touched him.”
“Goveia was doing everything but making eye contact with Captain Gold.”
“When she made eye contact with the huge, woolly-mammoth-looking man, he shrugged and bit into a gigantic submarine sandwich.”
“Fresh from his game and his shower, dressed in lime green shorts and a tailored white shirt, Roncoroni was hospitable but unsmiling, long on eye contact and short on warmth, a 4-handicap golfer whose family had been associated with the course since before the war, and who had entertained kings, queens, princes, an American member named George Clooney, and various Milanese big shots.”
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