roll (one's) eyes

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roll (one's) eyes

To turn one's eyes upward or around in a circle, usually as an expression of exasperation, annoyance, impatience, or disdain. Don't you roll your eyes at me, young lady! You will finish your homework this instant, or you can kiss your weekend goodbye! I just rolled my eyes as my dad told another one of his corny jokes.
See also: eye, roll
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The recently resurrected Hammer film company announced it was going to remake it - and fans of the original rolled their eyes in horror.
Some of Britto's most enthusiastic subjects were a group of teens in Philadelphia: Andrew Jenkins, 14, staggered toward a friend as they grimaced, rolled their eyes, and held a crooked wrist at shoulder level.
After the debate a friend told me that, as I'd been speaking, my co-panelists repeatedly smirked and rolled their eyes, presumably at my naivete.
Was I the only BB viewer who rolled their eyes along with Cameron as the Penarth thirtysomething ``coughed and wheezed'' her way around the fake gymkhana in the garden last night?
Lingering in the lobby, David Geffen, sporting a totally shaved head and a Hawaiian shirt, whispered words like ``crazy'' during a brief tete-a-tete with Hanks as they rolled their eyes about the total crash and burn of former CAA uberagent Mike Ovitz.
Reporters rolled their eyes when UCLA coach Bob Toledo announced the Bruins were bowl eligible after a win over Cal.
Several rolled their eyes and shrugged their shoulders as they left the dais after the news conference.
Many observers have rolled their eyes at the prospect of the matchup.