Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having yellow eyes —

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Examples

  • It's a jaw-dropping introduction to the tropical world of blue-skinned, golden-eyed aliens.

    Weak script? No one will care when 'Avatar' looks so good

  • Below, the golden-eyed woman stood on the escalator behind the Asian couple Rose had almost knocked over, staring at her without blinking.

    When Rose Wakes

  • The golden-eyed woman stood, but instead of exiting the train, she started walking toward them through the car.

    When Rose Wakes

  • Still, when a sexy, golden-eyed werewolf prowls into town, Sophie finds herself struggling to keep her animal impulses in check — not to mention trying to keep things on track with her super hot (and super human) lawyer boyfriend.

    February Releases! « Urban Fantasy Land

  • He discovered that if he stared hard enough he could, for instance, turn beaming Oliver, with his bushy beard and broad, benevolent visage, into Aslan, the golden-eyed lion from the Narnia books, or transform the head of the fey, elderly Beryl into one of those wrinkled old Pennsylvania Dutch apple dolls.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • Goldenhaired, golden-eyed; her vivid face cream and rose and gold.

    Dearly Beloved

  • It was here that the outworlder Ryker followed the golden-eyed Valarda and found the Child-of-Stars.

    The City Outside the World, a 1977 novel written by Lin Carter

  • Still, when a sexy, golden-eyed werewolf prowls into town, Sophie finds herself struggling to keep her animal impulses in check–not to mention trying to keep things on track with her super hot and super human lawyer boyfriend.

    Book Chick City

  • The relationship between Spareen and the golden-eyed marewho seems to lack any other name is part of what makes this story work, and all the Spareen stories so engaging.

    Susan Petrey's Gifts of Blood

  • His only friend is a golden-eyed mare with whom he can speakan ability all Varklea have.

    Archive 2009-02-01

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