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- adj. comparative form of beady: more beady
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Now, the beadier-eyed of you might have noticed there are some similarities between the lists.
He had on Homer Simpson-style reading glasses and his eyes were beadier in real life than on TV.
Sheldrake looked at Frank, his eyes narrowing and getting beadier.
"Their ways are not sillier nor are their eyes beadier than our Mrs. Burwell's, yet she is honoured as a pillar of propriety, while they -- no matter; I hope the chicken when its moment comes will be tender and succulent."
His great face was yellow and seemed in that moment of a preternatural flabbiness; his beady eyes were beadier than ever.
"There is nothing different about the situation now other than regulators may keep a slightly beadier eye on operations."
The IRS would then move to close these loopholes, a process that will take years, the number of years lengthened, of course, by even beadier-eyed (but better dressed) attorneys who will use every legal dodge in their legal dodge bag of tricks in order to save their rich clients 'untaxed wealth so as to mightily increase their own.