from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Having slanted dark eyes.

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  • adj. Having dark eyes.


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  • With her fiery hair and pert little figure, she will make a brilliant foil to the current rash of dark, sloe-eyed favourites.

    Exit the Actress

  • The image of her grandson as a baby rose up before her: chubby, sloe-eyed, and always smiling.

    Sunset in the Hills

  • A sloe-eyed beauty, Miss Helena Roseingrave was denied perfection only by the corded strength in her arms, the broad shoulders, the squared-off jut of her chin.

    Earl of Durkness

  • His eyes wandered to sloe-eyed, red-lipped Evangelina.

    Starcraft II: Devils’ Due

  • Some fans apparently don't think the sloe-eyed blond actor Jamie Campbell Bower is studly and thrusting enough for Arthur.

    Servants, Swords and Sad Sex

  • Would white linen–sheathed, sloe-eyed Egyptian waiting women soon file in to witness my blood-draining and sacrifice?

    Silver Zombie

  • The animal watched him, sloe-eyed and docile, expecting fresh morsels for its belly.

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Skin Deep

  • Tucking her shirt into her waistband, she gave him a sloe-eyed look.

    Black Magic

  • Dee turned and gave Audrey one sloe-eyed look of gratitude, and her shoulders straightened.


  • She was a small-boned Jersey, sloe-eyed and fawn-colored and pied with big patches of white, like a map of lost continents.

    The Dirty Life


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