- having large, innocent-looking, dark eyes.
- naive; too ready to believe.
Examples from the Web for doe-eyed
Contemporary Examples of doe-eyed
Does the idea of watching a doe-eyed woman wolf down rapacious amounts of food make you mad with desire?South Korea's Extreme Eating Fetishists
January 31, 2014
A stunning, doe-eyed blonde emerges, posing for photographs before a Raúl Àvila–designed wall of 25,000 crimson roses.Miss Sundance Elizabeth Olsen on ‘Liberal Arts,’ Her Wild Year, and Her Own College Experiences
January 25, 2012
When Finnell returned to her seat Anthony patted the file and looked up, doe-eyed, for approval.Mom or Murderer?
May 18, 2011
Historical Examples of doe-eyed
The Lamb of God, the doe-eyed martyr to vicarious atonement, vanished, and in his place stood a virile battler for human rights.Thirty
Howard Vincent O'Brien
Its brightness showed the dewy roundness, towsled with perplexity, of a doe-eyed girl of Ellen's age.The Judge
As a preliminary he leads a group of wide-eared, doe-eyed victims to the rim of the Cañon.Roughing it De Luxe
Irvin S. Cobb