only have eyes for (one)

only have eyes for (one)

To be romantically interested in or devoted to only one person. I know you're a little worried about me being around all of these beautiful women, but I only have eyes for you, my darling. You can tell by the way she looks at him that Beth only has eyes for Trent.
See also: eye, for, have
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only have eyes for someone

Fig. [to be] loyal to only one person, in the context of romance. Oh, Jane! I only have eyes for you! Don't waste any time on Tom. He only has eyes for Ann.
See also: eye, for, have
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

only have eyes for someone

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have eyes only for someone

If you only have eyes for one person, they are the only person that you are interested in romantically. The 26-year-old model is adored by thousands but only has eyes for one man — her husband. They attracted lots of attention but they had eyes only for each other.
See also: eye, for, have, someone
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

only have eyes for

be exclusively interested in or attracted to.
See also: eye, for, have
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only have eyes for somebody

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have eyes only for somebody

be interested in, or in love with a particular person and nobody else: John tried to get Helen to go out with him, but she only had eyes for Chris.
See also: eye, for, have, somebody
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