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Noun
The faculty or state of being able to see
“He handed it to Rango, seeing as his older eye was starting to fail him.”
Noun
Postnatal depression
Noun
Plural for each of a pair of globular organs of sight in the head of humans and vertebrate animals
“It would be nice to have all the functionality of the human eye without a blind spot.”
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Plural for a steady or intent look
“Her nervous movement did not escape his watchful eye.”
Noun
Plural for watchfulness over someone or something
“Along with 830 other prisoners, he filed out to queue for breakfast, every move made under the eye of the guards.”
Noun
Plural for one's opinion or attitude towards something
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“There is a certain austerity to the above photo, at least in my eye.”
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Plural for a state of awareness about something
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“It wasn't just the British government that was paying attention. This time, he would capture the eye of the entire world.”
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Plural for a small hole, such as that at the end of a needle
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“Passes were threaded together and some of them would have gone through the eye of a needle.”
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Plural for a circular band or ring
“The heavenly colored clouds formed an eye around the morning sun.”
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Plural for the core or center of something
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“If he had not stopped to walk to the hilltop, he would have been near the eye of the tornado instead of on its periphery.”
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Plural for a police officer who looks for evidence as part of solving a crime
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Plural for muscle that controls the size of the pupil
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Plural for a self-indulgent liking for
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Plural for a circular or rounded piece of something
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Plural for the quality of having sensitive insight or understanding
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Plural for an electronic communication medium that allows the transmission of real-time visual images, and often sound
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Plural for transparent layer over the front of the eye
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Plural for the source of a river or stream
Verb
To look at closely or with interest
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“She would eye her master sharply, and if he moved, she would fall down on the floor at once and pretend to be asleep.”
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To look at someone in an invasive or inappropriate way
“Jeremy didn't eye her lustfully, probably because his wife would remove his eyeballs if he did.”
Verb
To look over, or give consideration or thought to (something)
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“Any small business owner knows what it's like to eye the option of letting go of the dream and submitting to something less taxing.”
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To examine critically and meticulously
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To look or stare at someone or something, especially intently
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To look after and make decisions about, especially in a position of leadership
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To measure or appraise the value, amount, level or quality of something
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To follow or track, especially closely or stealthily
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To make sure or certain of something
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