What does 'Cast sheep's eyes at' mean?
Meaning: If you cast sheep's eyes at at someone, you look lovingly or with longing at them.
Contributor: Liezel Tagpuno
Country: International English | Subject Area: Animals | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Cast sheep's eyes at
- Count sheep
- Separate the sheep from the goats
- Wolf in sheep's clothing
- Hanged for a sheep as a lamb
- Cast pearls before swine
- Eagle eyes
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