goo-goo eyes


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goo-goo eyes

(ˈgugu ˈɑɪz)
n. flirtatious eyes. (Often with make.) Who’s the chick over there with the goo-goo eyes?
See also: eye
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For, on several occasions in the past, I had caught my wife on her knees in front of the television, making goo-goo eyes and whispering sweet nothings at him through the screen.
I remember her as a very flashy blonde who wore short skirts, tight tops, and made goo-goo eyes at all the guys," Bess Abell, who was Lady Bird Johnson's top aide, told Knight Ridder's Frank Greve and Ron Hutcheson.
Fry cook Sylvius (Christian Barillas) pines for waitress Phebe (Bahni Turpin), who only has goo-goo eyes for the disguised Rosalind.
Alexander and lifelong pal Hephaistion (Jared Leto) make a lot of goo-goo eyes at each other and talk a lot about the love of warriors Achilles and Patroclus.
So precious were the pair - who constantly moan about press attention then make goo-goo eyes at each other in front of banks of photographers - that their paranoid goons barred the premiere's only A-list guest from the inner sanctum.
There will be Premiership managers quaking in their boots at the prospect of him making goo-goo eyes in the direction of England, ready to pit his wits back in the real world.
This is the kind of play in which the actors freeze like statues at the end of their songs, and a young girl clasps her hands beneath her chin and makes goo-goo eyes at the object of her affection.
Crack your throat on Blink 182 or make goo-goo eyes at a party cutie while singing "You Gets No Love" by Faith Evans.
But Ash and Dem clearly still had goo-goo eyes only for each other as they kept nudging and nuzzling and exchanging private little glances.
Other key Rohanians: the King's niece Eowyn (Miranda Otto), who is forever making goo-goo eyes at studly Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen), and her brother Eomer (Karl Urban).