Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective having eyes that gleam with malice.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective having eyes that gleam with malice

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Examples

  • But, after my bone chilling stare, he ground it while I beady-eyed him.

    the big chapala beef beef

  • But, after my bone chilling stare, he ground it while I beady-eyed him.

    the big chapala beef beef

  • Michael Ignatieff, sadly our best choice for ever getting rid of that beady-eyed Captain of Religious Industry, Stephen Harper, is under fire because his publisher creatively manipulated some review copy to use as jacket blurb.

    Creative jacket blurbing getting politician in trouble

  • Lancaster broods like a bulldog and snarls like a thug, his vicious, beady-eyed character modeled after Walter Winchell, but it's Curtis who gives the movie its electricity.

    Lev Raphael: The Story Behind Tony Curtis' Sweet Smell of Success

  • But, after my bone chilling stare, he ground it while I beady-eyed him.

    the big chapala beef beef

  • Lancaster broods like a bulldog and snarls like a thug, his vicious, beady-eyed character modeled after Walter Winchell, but it's Curtis who gives the movie its electricity.

    Lev Raphael: The Story Behind Tony Curtis' Sweet Smell of Success

  • An almost Kubrickian seven-year interval has passed since Alexander Payne unleashed Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church on central California's vineyards in Sideways, remaking both their careers and sealing his own reputation as one of the most mordant and beady-eyed, yet sympathetic and humane observers of that poor benighted subspecies, the Middle-Aged American Male.

    Alexander Payne's The Descendants – not just for the kids, thankfully

  • He was a slim, beady-eyed man obsessed with details, no matter how small or insignificant they might be to other people.

    Olivia

  • One is glad of such outbursts, rare and for the most part mild as they are, for if the book has a fault, it lies in a certain blandness in the narrative voice, a perhaps too-easy acceptance of the world and its oddities and annoyances – at times in these pages one longs for a touch of the occasional curmudgeonliness of Paul Theroux, say, or the beady-eyed reprehensions of Theroux's erstwhile friend VS Naipaul.

    Nocturne: A Journey in Search of Moonlight by James Attlee – review

  • Lancaster broods like a bulldog and snarls like a thug, his vicious, beady-eyed character modeled after Walter Winchell, but it's Curtis who gives the movie its electricity.

    Lev Raphael: The Story Behind Tony Curtis' Sweet Smell of Success

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