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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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In the clip, 13-month old Kulture Kiari Cephus can be seen giving her mother the side-eye or stink-eye during an outing in a clothing store.
Emily Maitlis Queen of the side-eye and Newsnight host Emily Maitlis presents this documentary which looks at the impact the scandal had on our trust in those who run the country, and how the resulting public anger could have contributed to the Brexit referendum.
But the side-eye McCain's daughter Meghan threw at him as he spoke was priceless.
Focus on happier stuff (like your fab friends) and stop giving him the side-eye. The more you pretend his new relationship doesn't bother you, the less it actually will bother you.