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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BBC weathergirl Wendy Hurrell has been accused of unprofessionalism after footage of her rolling her eyes during a live news broadcast went viral.
The 18-second footage shows an oblivious Hurrell rolling her eyes and flicking her hair in an apparent display of contempt as the camera remained on her.
Meanwhile, his date, a beautiful model from London was seen laughing and rolling her eyes, reports the New York Post.
It won't just be Margaret rolling her eyes, but the entire country.
The players kept going off with injuries and one player lay on the pitch, rolling her eyes upwards.
ROYAL SMILE; A clearly relaxed princess laughed and joked in film; CUTTING HEIR; Young Prince William called mum's speech `awful'; THE TV ROLL; Tape caught Di rolling her eyes during voice training
at home--your daughter rolling her eyes when asked, for the umpteenth time, to clean her room: and in relationships: your man lying about an affair claiming, "It wasn't me.
Her mother Maria must be rolling her eyes once again.
Rolling her eyes, licking her chops, and interpreting Murray's speeches with hilariously fake sign language, she sets the tone of Albee's play, halfway between serious and send-up.
Put me down for the $100,000,'' said Hollywood Hills resident Judith Secler, rolling her eyes as her dogs, Sydney and Henry, frolicked in the nearby park.
McMahan was always doing somebody's hair, and cracking that gum, and smoking those cigarettes with the red lipstick on the filter tip end, and rolling her eyes and telling the jokes that made the men laugh like that in the first place, all at the same time.
She squeezes her cheeks and taps her on her head, telling the child to stop rolling her eyes.
She kept rolling her eyes and covering her face with her hands while she was speaking.