Simple Definition of wide–eyed
: having your eyes wide open especially because of surprise or fear
: having or showing a lack of experience or knowledge
Full Definition of wide–eyed
1 : having or marked by unsophisticated or uncritical acceptance or admiration : naive <wide–eyed innocence>
2 : having the eyes wide open especially with wonder or astonishment
First Known Use of wide–eyed
Rhymes with wide–eyed
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Spanish Central: Translation of "wide–eyed"
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