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  1. eye
  2. noun


    • 1. look at or watch closely or with interest:

      Rose eyed him warily
      Synonym : look at, see, observe, view, gaze at, gaze upon, stare at, scan, regard, contemplate, survey, inspect, examine, scrutinize, study, consider, glance at, take a glance at, watch, keep an eye on, keep under observation, keep watch on, keep under scrutiny, keep under surveillance, monitor, watch like a hawk, keep a weather eye on, spy on, have/take a gander at, have a squint at, get a load of, give someone/something a once-over, check out, gawp at, size up, keep a beady eye on, keep tabs on, keep a tab on, have/take a butcher's at, have/take a dekko at, have/take a shufti at, clock, eyeball, behold, twig, surveil, ogle, leer at, stare at, gaze at, make eyes at, make sheep's eyes at, eye up, give someone the glad eye, give someone a/the once-over, lech after/over, undress with one's eyes, give someone the come-on, gawp at, gawk at, perv on
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: eye, plural noun: eyes

    • noun

      an electronic device that gives an audible or other signal when it is close to metal, used for example to search for buried objects or to detect hidden weapons.
    • noun

      each of a pair of globular organs of sight in the head of humans and vertebrate animals:

      the visual or light-detecting organ of many invertebrate animals that corresponds to the eye of humans and vertebrate animals.

    • verb

      look at closely or with interest:

      look at someone in a way that reveals a particular, especially sexual, interest:

    • noun

      a small metal spike with a broadened flat head, driven into wood to join things together or to serve as a hook:

      a horny covering on the upper surface of the tip of the finger and toe in humans and other primates:

    • verb

      fasten with a nail or nails:

      detect or catch (someone, especially a suspected criminal):

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