cross-eyed

[ kraws-ahyd, kros- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cross-eyed
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In the first place I am not acquainted with this cross-eyed being.

She had red hair, and it is said that she was cross-eyed, but this has been denied on good authority.

He could do it if Burnett's eyes were so fur apart he was cross-eyed behind.

If I get cross-eyed as Jake Barto, it will be from trying to see two women at once.

I remember that she was cross-eyed and had bad teeth and a sallow complexion.

Little Gertrude is cross-eyed, but dear and affectionate and generous.

Then he and the cross-eyed girl took their places for another quadrille.

He was a fat man, cross-eyed, with a sort of clerical expression.

The piskie was in the shape of a man—very dark, black-haired, and cross-eyed.

At length he happened to think of his old story of the cross-eyed horse.

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