Eyed

  • (adj): Having an eye or eyes or eyelike feature especially as specified; often used in combination.
    Example: "A peacock's eyed feathers"; "red-eyed"

Some articles on eyed:

Bug-eyed Monster
... Bug-eyed monster is an early convention of the science fiction genre ... which grew up quickly beginning in 1952, the blond, blue-eyed and friendly Space Brothers of the 1950s were quickly replaced by small, unfriendly bug-eyed creatures, closely ...
List Of Ultratop 40 Number-one Hits Of 2009
... May 16 "C'est dit" Calogero May 23 "C'est dit" Calogero May 30 "Boom Boom Pow" The Black Eyed Peas June 6 "Boom Boom Pow" Black Eyed Peas June 13 "Boom Boom Pow ...
List Of One-eyed Creatures In Mythology And Fiction
... This page lists one-eyed creatures in mythology and fiction ... In modern fiction, some one-eyed creatures are likewise frightening enemies, but others are friendly ... list includes peoples and mutants born with only one eye, but not one-eyed humans who are understood to have lost an eye ...
Sisyrinchium Angustifolium
... Sisyrinchium angustifolium, commonly known as Stout blue-eyed grass or simply blue-eyed grass, is a herbaceous perennial growing from rhizomes, native to moist ... It is the most common blue-eyed grass of the eastern United States, and is also cultivated as an ornamental ...
List Of Batman: The Brave And The Bold Characters - Villains - Ten-Eyed Man
... Voice Actor Robin Atkin Downes Ten-Eyed Man is a Batman villain with optic nerves attached to his fingers which he can see with, giving him a complete and enhanced ... Bat-Mite appeared during the fight while reviewing Ten-Eyed Man's history ... Bat-Mite gave Batman a cactus causing him to defeat Ten-Eyed Man the same way that Man-Bat did to Ten-Eyed Man in the comics ...

Famous quotes containing the word eyed:

    And the child not caring to whom he climbs his prayer
    Shall drown in a grief as deep as his made grave,
    And mark the dark eyed wave, through the eyes of sleep,
    Dragging him up the stairs to one who lies dead.
    Dylan Thomas (1914–1953)

    This morning, there flew up the lane
    A timid lady-bird to our bird-bath
    And eyed her image dolefully as death;
    John Crowe Ransom (1888–1974)