Meaning: A person who wears glassesCountry: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Cry your eyes out
- Stars in your eyes
- Bedroom eyes
- Pull the wool over someone's eyes
- Eagle eyes
- Scales fall from your eyes
- Sight for sore eyes
- Up to the eyes
- All eyes on me
- Eyes are bigger than one's stomach
- Keep your eyes peeled
- Cast sheep's eyes at
- Roll your eyes
- Up to your eyes
- A fresh pair of eyes
- Easy on the eyes
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