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    crazy molten eyes

    Hi there

    "She stares up at me with those crazy molten eyes of hers."

    Does the underlined part mean "full of craziness" or "is not crazy any more" or something else?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: crazy molten eyes

    I think it just means that her eyes looked both crazy and molten, with “molten” meaning like a glowing hot liquid.

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