Definitions

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

  • adj. (British informal) cross-eyed

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Sail on, Sara, and here she is - fully restored - has both her pretty arms, both her tan legs and we're drenched in the sonic sun, boss-eyed and drooling over two pints of snakebite.

    My Dead

  • Commenting on a letter to the editor describing William and Kate's marriage as a "Darwinian exercise in gene-pool refreshment," Brian Viner, a columnist for the Independent, noted that his wife thinks William should have been forced to stick to "a fat Spanish princess" or "a slightly boss-eyed one from the Netherlands."

    Hers is no common story

  • Commenting on a letter to the editor describing William and Kate's marriage as a "Darwinian exercise in gene-pool refreshment," Brian Viner, a columnist for the Independent, noted that his wife believes William should have been forced to stick to "a fat Spanish princess" or "a slightly boss-eyed one from the Netherlands."

    Kate Middleton's 'commoner' status stirs up Britons' old class divide

  • And in jail, rather than helping to improve the area that he was brought up in, Chris Brown would have ended up being bummed into smithereens by a boss-eyed arsonist with obvious mental health problems.

    Chris Brown’s Sentencing Gets Delayed For Some Reason

  • A slobbering, boss-eyed cretin chops wood at my side, and when

    Across China on Foot

  • Ah, well, you've made me smart enough now, you boss-eyed old cow, you!

    Stage-Land

  • Chantelle said: When we were at the altar, Preston was going boss-eyed for a joke while I was saying my vows and that tainted it for me.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • And they are therefore going to reject my old friend and sparring partner, the boss-eyed and pugnacious shadow education secretary, Edward Balls.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • We were told that we were boss-eyed Little Englanders.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Whereas the other guy only really had the support of that gonk from The Hills and about 12 boss-eyed country singers, famous people were queuing up to help Barack Obama out, whether it was by offering making videos so awful that it made you want to vote Obama just to shut them up or by

    Hecklerspray

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.