couldn't believe (one's) eyes

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couldn't believe (one's) eyes

Was totally shocked or surprised. I couldn't believe my eyes when I came home and found the kids playing catch with my vase. I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw that my parents had bought me a new car!
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So Will Vaulks couldn't believe his eyes when old pal David Raven's name appeared on his phone, putting them on a Hampden collision course in the Scottish Cup Final.
A CYCLIST couldn't believe his eyes when he spotted a motorist eating a bowl of cereal and milk in Edinburgh.
The keen fisherman couldn't believe his eyes when he discovered he'd won a quarter of a million pounds.
He couldn't believe his eyes when he picked it up and looked inside.
ROY MARSH couldn't believe his eyes when workmen tarmacked the road outside his home.
A LITTLE Geordie kid couldn't believe his eyes when he met sporting legend Muhammad Ali right here in Newcastle.
LAND Rover worker Michael Martin couldn't believe his eyes as he headed home from a late shift on one of the hottest nights of the year.
The inspector couldn't believe his eyes," Mr Firth added.
OMAGH boss Roy McCreadie couldn't believe his eyes when hot-shot Andy Crawford failed to snatch a late winner at Coleraine.
Reginald Bibby read the results of his most-recent survey of religious trends in Canada, he couldn't believe his eyes.
Police Inspector Paul Cannon said he couldn't believe his eyes when firefighters handed over the find.
Roger Bache, head of security at the City Centre Company, couldn't believe his eyes when tall tales reached him of the little people who had taken up residence on the newly planted island close to Holyhead Road.
Michael Wybrew couldn't believe his eyes when Cher dropped by his Calgary, Alberta, store before her concert.
Young Cahal Guerin, six-year-old son of murdered reporter Veronica Guerin, couldn't believe his eyes when a letter addressed to him arrived at his Co Dublin home.
Dog walker Patrick Cramer couldn't believe his eyes when he spotted what appeared to be a long-necked creature - complete with a hump and tail - floating down the River Clwyd yesterday morning.
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