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- adj. Having both eyes oriented inward, especially involuntarily.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having convergent strabismus. Contrasted with
- adj. Affected with strabismus; squint-eyed; squinting.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Affected with obliquity of vision; squint-eyed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having convergent strabismus
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Being called a cross-eyed runt was nothing new anyway.
An unnamed Arab ambassador has successfully had his marriage annulled after discovering that his veiled wife was bearded and cross-eyed.
In the end, all those upside-down trees leave me cross-eyed.
Heidi, a cross-eyed opossum from Germany which died in September, suffered from esotropia due to malnutrition earlier in life.
Riddled with misspellings, bad grammar and symbols that would make most people under the age of 20 cross-eyed, we are living in a world of Twitter, texting and Facebook.
I went cross-eyed trying to hold any decent conversation.
And, I don't even include the casual web surfing, as I'm usually cross-eyed by the time I get around to that.
Leipzig Zoo insisted the "media resonance was surprising and not planned," but it has nevertheless moved to protect the rights to her name and cross-eyed image — believed to be the result of pressure on her eyes created by fatty deposits.
BERLIN Heidi, the cross-eyed opossum, is the latest creature to rocket from Germany's front pages to international recognition, capturing the world's imagination with her bright, black eyes turned toward her pointed pink nose.
What they then omitted was how, once he became known for comedy, the dead-pan was replaced with shameless, cross-eyed mugging and overplaying, until the sublime silliness of Airplane! and Police Squad was replaced with the unwatchable sledgehammer over-broadness of Dracula: Dead & Loving It, and Mr. Magoo.