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- adj. Alternative spelling of walleyed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having an eye of a very light gray or whitish color.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a walleye or walleyes, as a horse.
- Showing much of the white of the eye; having a. large staring or glaring eye: as, the wall-eyed pike. See pike, and cut under pike-perch.
- See the quotation.
- Glaring; fierce; threatening.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having divergent strabismus
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If you view the image "wall-eyed", the 3D surface will be inverted.
Its like asking, who do you love more, the straight-A, varsity athlete or your wall-eyed mulligan child?
They share a passion for Boston Terriers and Julie's alternately humorous and heartrending book concerns—in addition to her relationship with Otto, a wall-eyed Boston and the main man in her life during her early 30s—her heroic work as a volunteer with Northeast Boston Terrier Rescue.
All the fresh fish I caught wore murky faces, wall-eyed and pucker-mouthed so I slipped out of Louisiana into desperation, the current state I'm in.
Mode 7, £9.49 The first title to boast "digital actors", meaning its onscreen characters look like expressive humans rather than the usual collection of wall-eyed mannequins, this is a game of thought and intuition rather than dexterity.
While actually kinda handsome, he was also somewhat wall-eyed and was using that mild affliction to great effect, appearing totally out of it.
Into Chase's cloistered city enters Perkus Tooth, a wall-eyed free-range pop critic whose soaring conspiratorial riffs are fueled by high-grade marijuana, mammoth cheeseburgers, and a desperate ache for meaning.
When your husband starts to look at you like a wall-eyed pike, tell him to go screw-himself!
The whole cast are 20th Century Fox performers, the crooks led by Hugh Marlowe, customarily a solid citizen, backed by wall-eyed Jack Elam in one of his first notable roles.
Why, ye wall-eyed auld Fomorian, if ye'd been in charge of the Cattle Raid of Cooley, the Brown Bull would still be chewin 'cud in his meaddy!