You are beautiful, always in the public eye, and much envied.
On the following morning I had occasion to go to the public eye hospital.
All these ideals are already well in the public eye—on paper.
This letter, it should be remembered, was not intended for the public eye.
First, Diderot never intended the dialogues for the public eye.
These were the headlines which everywhere caught the public eye, and drew the crowds.
Many are exposed on stalls, which are very improper for the public eye.
If he was disappointed with her appearance, he concealed the fact from the public eye.
Of the Radicals Sumner was the spokesman most conspicuous in the public eye.
She was used to a quiet life, and never before had been in the public eye.