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blue eyed

1. Literally, having blue eyes. I've always found blue-eyed girls very attractive.
2. Having an air or disposition of innocence and/or naïveté, like that of a child. Don't be so blue eyed, the world is an unforgiving place!
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blue-eyed

mod. innocent. He’s sure his blue-eyed wonder couldn’t have hit my child.
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The corrupt officials of DMA directorate have also given of sleeping reels and swings to their favorite and blue-eyed persons situated at picnic spot, Shakar Parian while there was no record available regarding the revenue.
Ruling PML-N workers think that Interior Minister would be very effective and beneficial in the preparation of electoral rolls through his blue-eyed Deputy Chairman NADRA Muzaffar Ali and this practice would create problems for those party workers and leaders who have difference of opinion with Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and facilitate those who favors the opinion of Interior Minister.
In Blue-Eyed Boy, Timberg at long last examines the physical and emotional pain he experienced, and how it shaped his life.
Pavee Point fears there is hysteria after the case of a blonde, blue-eyed girl named Maria was found with a Roma family in Greece and accused gardai and health chiefs of racial profiling.
They also responded with increased vigilance to the aerial alarm calls of the blue-eyed black lemur, scanning towards the sky but never the ground which suggests they classified the alarm call correctly.
According to the study, "We concluded that although the brown-eyed faces were perceived as more trustworthy than the blue-eyed ones, it was not brown eye color per se that caused the stronger perception of trustworthiness but rather the facial features associated with brown eyes.
In magazines, on the catwalk, I see blond, blue-eyed models everywhere.
In the 20 year history of the AKF, this is the first we have heard of a blue-eyed koala in captivity.
Dubbed The Blue-Eyed Nurse Bill, after lobbyist Munger's own bright blue eyes, it was a manifesto that illumined the difficulties nurses once faced with job security, negotiating wages and contracts, and in setting standards for health care.
Inga Muscio's first response when asked how she would describe her book, Autobiography of a Blue-Eyed Devil: My Life and Times in a Racist, Imperialist Society, is to say that it "is about white supremacist racism, and how it is enacted and sustained, from the perspective of a white woman who grew up in the post-civil rights movement U.
Murtagh's book, The Blue-Eyed Salaryman, is a rare treat not only for its gently woven and simply told account of the unique and ever-stereotyped Japanese corporate culture, but for the author's warmth towards his colleagues as individuals.
But what about this a brunette, blue-eyed women in their 20s (damn) could be the face of the future, according to national research.
This benefit album for victims of the 2005 hurricane season was helmed by openly gay Houston inspirational singer Christian Andreason, who opens the 18-song set with the slick blue-eyed soul of "Call My Name.
Yet there was something odd about Kelley-Hawkins's 1895 novel set in New England: The characters were blond, blue-eyed girls, who never suggested they were mulattoes, using cunning and stealth to live on the other side of the color line.
Johnson's published poems with titles such as "Youth," "Faith," and "Joy" are often described as ladylike, genteel, and "raceless," while, in contrast, many of her plays, with titles such as Blue-Eyed Black Boy and Blue Blood are bold, provocative, and racially charged.