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    eyes

    How could I say when someone has got a an expression in his eyes similar to the ice?

    maybe a glassy eyes? or an icy eyes?

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    Re: eyes

    How could I say when someone has got a an expression in his eyes similar to the ice?

    maybe a glassy eyes? or an icy eyes?

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    Re: eyes

    "Eyes like [or o]f ice". 'Icy' is not used like that, and 'glassy' means something else: a 'glassy stare' is one that sees through the object without focusing on it. (You can also use 'cold' to refer to a stare. Come to think of it, a stare can be icy - but not eyes.)

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    Last edited by BobK; 03-Sep-2011 at 16:25. Reason: Added last sentence

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