having blue eyes.
having or representing childlike innocence.

Origin of blue-eyed

First recorded in 1600–10 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Related Words for blue-eyed

blond, towheaded, white-headed

Examples from the Web for blue-eyed

Contemporary Examples of blue-eyed

Historical Examples of blue-eyed

  • My blue-eyed friend erected himself into an obelisk of profanity.

    American Notes

    Rudyard Kipling

  • Was she a slender, tawny-haired, blue-eyed, most beauteous maid?

  • He recognised that he owed much to the blue-eyed, square-faced detective.

    The Grell Mystery

    Frank Froest

  • And what else could the blue-eyed Chinaman mean by his strange pursuit of her?

    The Coast of Chance

    Esther Chamberlain

  • His friend, the blue-eyed Chinaman, has dropped out of sight.

    The Coast of Chance

    Esther Chamberlain