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eye

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eye

noun

Definition of EYE

1
a circular strip <push the drawstring through the metal eye and knot it on one end>
Synonyms band, circle, eye, hoop, loop, round
3
a thing or place that is of greatest importance to an activity or interest <this wilderness area is at the eye of the controversy between conservation and development>
5
an instance of looking especially briefly <all of the guys cast an appreciative eye on the new girl as they passed her in the hall>
6
the ability to see <her eyes are diminishing with age>
Synonyms eye, sight, vision
7
a fixed intent look <peering through the window with an eager eye>
Synonyms aspect [archaic], eye, gape, regard, scrutiny, stare
Near Antonyms blink [chiefly Scottish], flash, glance, glimpse, peek, peep, sight, stime [chiefly Scottish & Irish]; oeillade, ogle; browse, scan

February 28, 2015
pontificate Hear it
To speak pompously or dogmatically
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