Eyed in a sentence

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Definition of Eyed

  • Heaving (such or so many) eyes; -- used in composition; as, sharp-eyed; blue-eyed; dull-eyed; sad-eyed; ox-eyed Juno; myriad-eyed.
  • having an eye or eyes or eyelike feature especially as specified; often used in combination

How to use eyed in a sentence. Eyed pronunciation.

He had come in a Quaker suit of black broadcloth, with grey steel buttons, and a plain white stock; and he wore his broad-brimmed hat-to the consternation of the British Consul-General and the Europeans present, to the amazement of the Turkish and native officials, who eyed him keenly.
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Many had heard of David, a few had seen him, and now all eyed with inquisitive interest one who defied so many of the customs of his countrymen; who kept on his hat; who used a Mahommedan salutation like a true believer; whom the Effendina honoured-and presently honoured in an unusual degree by seating him at table opposite himself, where his Chief Chamberlain was used to sit.
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The man eyed me suspiciously for a moment-then, turning to his horse with a loud curse, he pulled him up from his haunches, and led him and the cart farther down to one side of the dingle, muttering as he passed me, "Afraid?
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The boy, who was about Frank's own age, but brown-faced and stoutly built, busied himself in clearing away the remains of the meal, and in carefully making up the fire with dry chips and shavings; he seemed to have caught the infection of silence from his companions, and eyed the stranger guest without speaking a word.
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Major Hawke vainly tried to follow the exuberant Anstruther in his incursion into the placid temple of Minerva, where that watchful spinster, Miss Euphrosyne Delande, eyed somewhat icily the handsome.
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She thought of the eloquent eyed young Major and sadly sighed.
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Hawke eyed the blue-eyed, rosy young fellow of twenty-six with an evident interest.
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Men eyed the prosperous Major Alan Hawke on his rising pathway with a growing envy.
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And the honest fellow became even as wax in her hands; while the gloomy Hardwicke, in far-away Delhi, eyed the parchment-faced Hugh Johnstone in mute wonder, at the long official reception in the Marble House.
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She eyed her listener keenly.
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She gravely eyed the two escorting officials of the bank.
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Mr. Rose coughed and eyed him queerly.
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The banditti eyed him with looks of satisfaction, and congratulated each other on such a valuable acquisition.
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Flodoardo eyed the Doge, and waited for his decision with impatience.
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Then the man turned and eyed the inmates of the room, who were by this time giving undivided attention to him and his bit of paper Presently he spoke, in a quiet, respectful tone: "I've tacked up a nice little tract.
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Perhaps Sadie had a glimmering of some strange change as she eyed her sister curiously, and took note that there was a different light in her eye, and a sort of smoothness on the quiet face that she had never noticed before.
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Dr. Douglass eyed it curiously, trying to decipher the mud-stained lines, and being in a dreamy mood wondered meanwhile what young, fair hand had penned the words, and what of joy or sadness filled them.
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Mr. Burge started and eyed him thoughtfully, and then as Mr. Higgs after some hesitation walked into the shop to turn the gas out, stood in the doorway watching him.
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A small hatchet-faced, gray- eyed, good-humored Inspector, who came with a Translated Lafontaine; and took his survey not without satisfaction?
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It was difficult ground for Robert. Lester eyed him without a change of expression.
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Examples of Eyed

Example #1
They themselves wore red tarbooshes, as did the Prince; yet all of them knew that the European custom of showing respect was by doffing the hat.
Example #2
He drew himself up with dignity, his face became graver.
Example #3
Kaid addressed his conversation again and again to David, asking questions put to disconcert the consuls and other official folk present, confident in the naive reply which would be returned.
Example #4
As a wind, unfelt, stirs the leaves of a forest, making it rustle delicately, a whisper swept through the room.
Example #5
I do not remember ever to have seen a more ruffianly-looking fellow: he was about six feet high, with an immensely athletic frame; his face was black and bluff, and sported an immense pair of whiskers, but with here and there a grey hair, for his age could not be much under fifty.
Example #6
But other figures were now already upon the scene.