adjective, bead·i·er, bead·i·est.
- beady eye,
Origin of beady
Examples from the Web for beady
He agreed, and I could almost feel his beady little eyes going ‘KERCHING!’
He leaned forward till his beady eyes were close to her defiant ones.Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West|William MacLeod Raine
Bulger did not fail to notice that, within a minute or two, a heavy, beady perspiration came out on his face and forehead.The House of Mystery|William Henry Irwin
He looked into the beady eyes, sparkling with passion, and the cat-like glitter of them set his blood tingling.The Courage of Captain Plum|James Oliver Curwood