wide-eyed

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Mrs. Bines, stooping, took the limp and wide-eyed Paul up in her arms.

Morning found the man haggard and worn, wide-eyed from want of sleep.

Bill stared in wide-eyed astonishment at the harsh injustice of the attack.

“Her brother has come,” he announced to the wide-eyed Minna.

Yet he lay there, wide-eyed, wondering, and tormenting himself.

She looked at him, wide-eyed, clasping and unclasping her hands.

For a moment Don Esteban stared at him wide-eyed, incredulous.

Over his shoulder I had a glimpse of his father's yellow face, wide-eyed with alarm.

The children, wide-eyed in awe and wonder, desisted in their play.

Her fingers moved gently in his and her gaze, wide-eyed, sought his.

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