That was what Toddles called his beady-eyed conductor in retaliation.
Chet Ball was staring at the beady-eyed yellow chicken in his hand.
The fourth member was a Navajo Indian, a copper-skinned, raven-haired, beady-eyed desert savage.
There were about a dozen mop-headed, beady-eyed men, and some two dozen women—two apiece—and children.
The beady-eyed stranger, who had once or twice been seen beyond the gates, was a man of strangely magic power.
When Eylan was finished with him, Barrent went to a small, beady-eyed man who lectured on Earth's memory-destroying system.
They'll be dark-skinned, beady-eyed, soft-footed Greasers slip right up out of the ground!
Turning, Henrietta saw that a black, beady-eyed gentleman was staring at her sternly.
From out of a deep windfall a beady-eyed, thin-bellied fisher-cat came forth, and stopped with his feet in the crimson ribbon.
Oh, beady-eyed gods and shiny little fishes—two smacks in the same spot!