- v. present participle of eyeball.
“One scientist is on record saying he thinks it could be a lot higher, although he was just kind of eyeballing the plume, and it does look more dramatic.”
“Next time I'm running up fast against a hard deadline, I'm sure I can cut corners by "eyeballing".”
“As for the photos...maybe but I think that's the same as "eyeballing" it.”
“When I see that, I start getting Greenberg-itis, the kind of rash one gets when reading claims of translations built on whimsy and on "eyeballing" for subjective similarities.”
“While a remote relationship with Etruscan and Indo-European is possible, the method of subjectively "eyeballing" similarities between languages to tease a translation out of them is simply not acceptable in modernday comparative linguistics.”
“This is not the comparative method in action but rather the mislabeled "whimsical method" a.k.a. the classic 'eyeballing' method.”
“Using the dendroclimatological statistical technique of "eyeballing", I do not observe any reason why the Polar Urals series is particularly problematic.”
“Because cruising around equates to "eyeballing" each area and deciding, using all of our acquired judgement, if it's worth mowing.”
“I've been kind of eyeballing this and it looks like it might be picking up a little bit of forward speed.”
“Checking the properties out from court house records and actual "eyeballing", ten percent of the property didn't exist.”
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List of words (or phrases) containing eye-, -eye-, or -eye. Beginning with red-eye and eyebright.
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