from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Having eyes like a cat; hence, able to see in the dark.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having eyes like a cat; hence, seeing well in the dark.


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  • She turned her head quickly and caught the gaze of the cat-eyed man.


  • The cat-eyed man beside him, teeth shining white, knife held easily in his palm.


  • Aruba also has two snakes: the cascabel (Crotalus thurissus unicolor), an endangered subspecies of rattlesnake, which does not use its rattle; and the Aruba cat-eyed snake (Leptodira bakeri).

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  • Oh, how grateful I am that this brilliant actress has never gone under the knife and transformed herself into one of those taut-skinned wrinkle-free cat-eyed robots with tattooed lip liner, teeth as unnaturally white as her patent leather Manolo Blahniks, and casaba melons stuffed down her Danskin.

    Danny Miller: Liv Ullmann's Face

  • If it does, it will be following in the footprints of Puma, which used Jamaican iconography, including images of rastamen doing yoga poses and church ladies in cat-eyed glasses, to re-energize its brand in 2003.

    'Cool Runnings' Are Heating Up

  • "If I got blue cat-eyed glasses, well, I can't wear blue cat-eyed glasses every day," she says.

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  • To reach just those buyers, the new Accord features a scowling, cat-eyed look.

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  • Paris leans against an armchair, rocking back and forth on four-inch heels, amused, cat-eyed, watching her parents watching her on television.

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  • They tell th 'cat-eyed 'twas they went an' fetched the things, an 'they keep quiet 'bout us.



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