Am all eyes - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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be all eyes
To watch something intently. The children were all eyes when the magician started performing.
be all eyes be watching eagerly and attentively.
1958 Jessie Kesson The White Bird Passes Standing there all eyes and ears. Beat it before I take the lights from you!
be all ˈeyes watch with close attention and usually with great interest: The children were all eyes as, one by one, I took the toys out of the bag.
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On seeing me enter his room and extend my hand, he stood up, asked me to take my seat and leaned over as if to say, "I am all eyes