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  • adj

Synonyms for beady

Synonyms for beady

small and round and shiny like a shiny bead or button

Related Words

covered with beads or jewels or sequins

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Beady Eye are back with their second album BE riding high in the charts, and Liam insists Noel should hear it - because he'll be impressed.
BE may still has too much filler to be wholly recommended but, with the strongest album to feature Liam since Morning Glory, Beady Eye have bought themselves another chance.
They were treated to a thorough run-through of Beady Eye's debut album, Different Gear, Still Speeding, delivered with style and panache by Gallagher and his immaculately turned-out gang.
Beady Eye are Oasis, but without the man who wrote the songs which made them so popular.
Gem's been playing guitar since he was nine," he says, gesturing across the table to his bandmate and Beady Eye guitarist Colin "Gem" Archer.
Beady uses his rap CD Whatever It Takes: 2 Motivate 2-Daze Youth and poetry book Don't Be a Fool for Hip Hop (www.
The remarkable video and photos are being hailed as historic mages documenting a true "living fossil," the Laotian rock rat The rat is so called for its only known habitat--limestone outcroppings in Central Laos--and the appearance of the animal's head and face, which sport long whiskers and beady eyes like those of a rat To view photographs and video of the Laotian rock rat, visit www.
Under the beady eyes of a superior or fellow subordinate, the hider cached more of the waxworms far from the watcher than it did when it was alone or viewed only by its mate.
Once limited mostly to banks and convenience stores, the beady eye of the surveillance camera has appeared nearly everywhere over the past decade.
My beady eye spotted the following instances; Asplund's Stockholm Library, Fehn's Hamar Museum, Lewerentz's Klippan Church and Venturi's Mother's House.
Playback" revisits the beady first half of Whitman's career, his most prolific period.
But since you asked, let me just say that Slobodan Milosevic suggests a Slavic Jimmy Cagney gone sour--his beady, darting eyes recalling countless repressed homosexuals I knew in the sixties.
Beady lives in a warm, wet, tropical forest in Costa Rica.