keep (one's) eye(s) peeled (for something or someone)

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keep (one's) eye(s) peeled (for something or someone)

To remain vigilant or carefully watchful (for something or someone). They should be arriving any minute, so keep your eyes peeled. Keep your eye peeled for a birthday gift we could give your mother. Tell everyone to keep their eyes peeled for the health inspector. We heard she'll be doing a surprise inspection someday soon.
See also: keep, peel, something

keep one's eyes peeled

(for someone or something) Go to keep one's eyes open (for someone or something).
See also: eye, keep, peel

keep your eyes peeled

If you keep your eyes peeled, you watch very carefully for something or someone. Keep your eyes peeled for a parking space. We're looking for Sally so keep your eyes peeled. Note: You can also keep your eyes skinned. I doubt if she'll come back here, but keep your eyes skinned anyway. Note: This expression refers to not blinking and so not missing anything that happens, however quick. The skin or peel of the eyes are the eyelids.
See also: eye, keep, peel

keep your ˈeyes open/peeled/skinned (for somebody/something)

watch carefully (for somebody/something): Keep your eyes peeled, and if you see anything suspicious, call the police immediately.
See also: eye, keep, open, peel, skinned
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A bakery spokesman said: "Please keep your eyes peeled for it.
Keep your eyes peeled for our special Mother'sDay Supplement out on March 14th.
However, as all mums love The Sanctuary and we all love a bargain, keep your eyes peeled for this gorgeous new butterfly box crammed with 10 of its products.
If you've missed out this time, keep your eyes peeled for Craig's next appearance at his favourite Brummie venue and look out for the annual Mostly Jazz Festival (July 10-12) which he regularly hosts.
If you are a fan of this latest collaboration then make sure you keep your eyes peeled for the next collection for toddlers launching in spring 2014.
You have to keep your eyes peeled for art as you roam around.
The track falls in line with the band's blues-rock style and transfers well on to record but the two lads who make up Gallery Circus, identical twins Daniel and Graeme Ross, say the best way to listen to them is live, so keep your eyes peeled for upcoming North East dates.
KEEP your eyes peeled for a new variety of tangerine, twice the size of the normal version, that hits supermarkets tomorrow.
The film is based on a play by British dramatist Alan Ayckbourn - keep your eyes peeled for a poster of Scarborough, his hometown, which appears in Thierry's apartments.
Other Bond-like items to keep your eyes peeled for include globes, hardback books, classic clocks and candelabras.
Keep your eyes peeled for the ACTE Spring/Summer 2007 Resources Catalog.
So keep your eyes peeled for An Even More Inconvenient Truth, The Tipper Point, and Mission Impossible IV: Making Al Gore Fun to Watch.
Keep your eyes peeled for Tahoe Tessie, not a drag queen but the legendary 15-foot-long monster that allegedly swims along the lake's placid surface.
The fam is realizing you're growing up, so keep your eyes peeled for sweet rewards--extended curfew, bigger allowance and, urn, more chores.
Keep your eyes peeled for Riff After Riff After Mother*** Riff in your local music store soon.
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