Definitions

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  • adj. Watching alertly or attentively.
  • adj. Having prominent eyes.
  • adj. Gazing at devotedly.

Etymologies

all + eyes (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • After I ceased there was tense silence, as all eyes were riveted upon Tal Hajus.

    A Princess of Mars

  • The children were all eyes at Viny and her costume, but they said never a word while she howled on steadily, only ejaculating in an occasional gust, ` ` O Miss Sylvy -- Miss Sylvy! ''

    Twilight stories

  • Celeste relaxed as all eyes went to Bath Kol and then the table.

    Surrender the Dark

  • There were no words spoken as the three returned; simply all eyes focused on them ques­tioningly, while the jaws moved methodically.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

  • No one expected it, and all eyes were on Sister Martha Carter as she rose.

    A Love So Deep

  • But all eyes are drawn to the quaint folly-like building that seems to grow out of the very cliff-edge of the village, hanging over the sheer drop.

    The Templar Revelation

  • He was a stranger to the entire congregation, and when Dr. Caulfield invited him to take part in the services all eyes were fixed upon him.

    A Charleston Love Story; or, Hortense Vanross

  • Unsure glances passed around the group of Sentinels that had joined the battle from the club, then all eyes fell on Celeste.

    Surrender the Dark

  • He was good-natured and unassertive, all eyes and ears to the excellent adventure the fates had decreed would be his life.

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  • Drew all eyes to Drusilla, sitting bolt upright beside Lady Calvin.

    The Perfect Lover

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