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side-eye

A sideways glance (at someone or something) expressing irritation, confusion, or skepticism. I don't think that girl likes me very much—she's always giving me side-eye for no reason. Well, I can tell by your side-eye that you're not interested in this idea, so let's move on.
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Byrne believes Dark Blues skipper McGowan will have a pivotal role as James McPake's side eye an automatic top-flight return.
You may get the side eye when your girlfriend opens this stocking stuffer.
But Rams midfielder Craig Bryson says the on-loan pair must brace themselves for the gruelling Championship winter as Frank Lampard's side eye promotion.
WHEN a landmark study into childhood disease concluded today's kids are "too clean", many young mums and grandmas gave each other the side eye.
If you've ever given the side eye to a double-decker tour bus while tramping through foreign streets--or been guilty yourself of hopping on the top deck, camera flashing--author and intercultural communications professional Craig Storti has a word or two for you.
Punters have been eager to back the Reds outright after that, as Jurgen Klopp's side eye a sixth European Cup for the club.
NEMANJA VIDIC (Manchester United) The Serbian colossus was a key component as United picked up a record 19th League title last season, and you can expect much of the same as Sir Alex Ferguson's side eye a tilt at a 20th crown.The 29-yearold is an imperious force in defence and a goal threat from set-pieces, making him one of the best centre-backs in the world.
His left hand side eye, ear and leg are weaker compared to his right side.
Photo: End view of right side of front panel shows top eye screw with cord to ceiling, back side eye screw with two cords for pulley
Jermaine posted a snap of them on the red carpet and captioned it "Enough said #justbanter" with a number of side eye emojis and a crying-laughing face.
Sid Mandelbaum, an ophthalmologist at East Side Eye Surgeons in New York City, told Fox News that a tiny telescope, which is implanted in the eye after the lens is removed, takes the place of the individual's own lens and remains in the eye permanently.