from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A preference for use of one eye over the other.
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- n. The quality of having a dominant eye - one eye that is used more than the other.
- n. The state or quality of having a particular type of eye or eyes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of favoring one eye over the other (as in taking aim)
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Since the greatest problem with my backhand is due to my right-handedness and left-eyedness, stepping backward isn't exactly helpful.
Oh well, more ignorance and certainly more than a little green eyedness on the part of his honor Rendel ….
With some swivel-eyedness they really believe they are the keepers of the torch whereas we are the party of Heath, and Mrs T and her Single European Act, and that one day they will supplant us as the centre-right party.
I marvel at how many assumptions you make about my wide-eyedness, my age, what degree of other research I may have already done.
Dirk braved the bug-eyedness of the batman and returned a minute or two later with a refill for Kate.
It was a mere piece of one-eyedness; and it was Darwin who put out Weismann's humane and sensible eye.
For the attainment of this end it works with the single-eyedness which Christ recommended for other ends, to the neglect of all pressure on the people in the direction of common morality.
"I seen one of them electrical ... uh ... thingys yesterday," he said by way of explaining his bright-eyedness at the world.
Isn't this what we get slammed for when we're not getting slammed for our dewy-eyedness?
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