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- adv. In an eyeless way; without eyes.
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The elegant, gilded doors of the mansion creaked open, and two skeletal doormen in livery grinned at them eyelessly as they drifted inside.
The bare skull on its shoulders grinned eyelessly, in the midst of its unholy nimbus, and the man confronting it seemed unable to take his eyes from it.
In a vague background many rows of masks glared eyelessly at the visitor, and there were glass cases full of crowns and scepters, and jewels and enormous stomachers, and paints, and crape hair, and wigs of all colors.
For a long few breaths they looked eyelessly down on her in silent, implacable regard.
It started from its bed in the black-green vegetation, turned over so that round pits stared eyelessly up at him.
In a vague background many rows of masks glared eyelessly at the visitor, and there were glass cases full of crowns and scepters and jewels and enormous stomachers and paints and powders and crape hair and face creams and wigs of all colours.
(Down in that lower cavern, hovering in the smoky fire where the burned-out cameras stared eyelessly at it, the thing that had come from the plasma tank completed its consideration and stretched out another probe.