Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having the fresh, bright eyes or look of youth.

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Examples

  •   And young-eyed Lewdness walks her midnight rounds:

    Childe Harold's Pilgrimage

  • There's not the smallest orb which thou behold'st But in his motion like an angel sings, Still choiring to the young-eyed cherubins.

    Shakespeare

  • "Nancy must be joking," thought Judith as she tried to decide why the cherubims were "young-eyed."

    Judy of York Hill

  • "I will make these young-eyed maidens immortal," said the Sagalie Tyee.

    Canadian Cities of Romance

  • Even the young-eyed cherubim, choiring on meadows of asphodel, might cease their harping for a time to listen to a tale of the vanished earth, told by that golden tongue.

    The Story Girl

  • Then the Sagalie Tyee smiled on His Indian children: 'I will make these young-eyed maidens immortal,' He said.

    Legends of Vancouver

  • It is as if the pearly gates had been opened for a brief interval to let the earth hear the "quiring of the young-eyed cherubims."

    Some Spring Days in Iowa

  • He was beautiful again, radiant and young-eyed as the choiring cherubim.

    A Woman Named Smith

  • I'll make sure there isn't any young-eyed cherubin business about David.

    The Iron Woman

  • Unluckily, all Mr. Prout's imagination leaned to the darker side of life, and he looked on those young-eyed cherubims most sourly.

    Stalky & Co.

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