a: an eye with a bluish white iris b: an eye with an opaque white cornea
a: strabismus in which the eye turns outward away from the nose—called also exotropia; compare cross-eye 1 bwall·eyes\-ˌlīz\pl: eyes affected with divergent strabismus
Species (Stizostedion vitreum) of pikeperch (family Percidae), carnivorous food and game fishes found in clear, cool lakes and rivers of eastern North America. Walleyes are slender and darkly mottled. They have two dorsal fins and generally weigh less than 10 lbs (4.5 kg), though some may weigh up to 24 lbs (11 kg). They are at most 35 in. (90 cm) long. Walleyes are not true pikes.