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    belly_ttt is offline Senior Member
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    Default Eye vs Regard

    What are the differences between "eye" and "regard" when they are used as verbs to mean "look at sb carefully in a particular way"?

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    Default Re: Eye vs Regard

    If your interest is romantic or sexual, you would eye someone.

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