blue-eyed boy

  1. informal, mainly British the favourite or darling of a person or group: Usual US equivalent: fair-haired boy

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How to use blue-eyed boy in a sentence

  • A little while after this Mrs. Morris was called to lay away her blue-eyed boy out of sight.

    Mary and I | Stephen Return Riggs
  • Every man nudged his neighbor, and the aguish, blue-eyed boy grinned in a ghastly, self-satisfied way.

    Hoosier Mosaics | Maurice Thompson
  • An oily, blue-eyed boy in spattered overalls, he was always just emerging from beneath a car, or crawling under it.

    Half Portions | Edna Ferber
  • He was a fair-haired, blue-eyed boy—quite a Saxon type—with a shrewd, sharp wit.

    The Hero of Garside School | J. Harwood Panting
  • When the sentinel on his corridor was changed at midnight the blond, blue-eyed boy would be his friend and explain.

    The Southerner | Thomas Dixon