having quite large eyes
She touches a big-eyed shepherd and smiles enigmatically to herself.
I wonder if Peter ever saw a dear, big-eyed, trustful old Jersey cow have medicine poured down her throat.
That little maid looked with big-eyed wonder at the newcomer.
He let his eye rove about the place as one who regards, big-eyed, hogs in the potato patch.
And ever since he was a round, big-eyed baby, he has had the freedom of this house.
I was frail and big-eyed, and wrapped up in music (not cotton wool), and exceedingly childlike for my age.
“Maybe smugglers,” replied Bess, big-eyed at her own thought.
Baby Marise was a leggy and big-eyed girl of nine, and Jock was in the full hale prime of latter middle age.
His mind was entirely occupied by the hungry, big-eyed babies and their sadly smiling, clinging mothers.
Naturally, the boys were big-eyed all the time with the sights that filled the landscape near and far.