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Synonyms for eye

eyeball

eyesight

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close or shut your eyes to something

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eye something or someone up

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in or to someone's eyes

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  • in the opinion of
  • in the mind of
  • from someone's viewpoint
  • in the judgment of
  • in someone's point of view
  • in the belief of

keep an eye or your eye on someone or something

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see eye to eye

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set, clap or lay eyes on someone or something

up to your eyes

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Synonyms for eye

an organ of vision

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the faculty of seeing

the position from which something is observed or considered

a length of line folded over and joined at the ends so as to form a curve or circle

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the most intensely active central part

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a person whose work is investigating crimes or obtaining hidden evidence or information

to direct the eyes on an object

to look intently and fixedly

to look at or on attentively or carefully

Synonyms for eye

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I don't know if we're doing anything different to open eyes across the country, but we're thorough and we're trying to do a good job.
One definition of engagement is to "look with open eyes at the environment around you and then interact accordingly.
In a systematically crowded composition (deliberately undermining the academic rules of art), figures are crammed into the foreground: screaming mother cradling dead child, corpse with wide open eyes, arm holding lamp, fighter's arm with weapon, menacing human-faced bull, gored horse.
I try to look at the world through innocent eyes and paint from the heart, and I hope people will approach my work with similarly open eyes and minds.
There was tremor in reaching for things and difficulties in walking straight forward with open eyes.
The open eyes of the living dead stare from windows and shops at this voice that is in every doorway, this body that is the landscape, as if the city is now flesh.