[ ahy-bawl ]
/ ˈaɪˌbɔl /
the ball or globe of the eye.
eyeballs, Informal. people who view or read something: Old TV shows are getting a lot of eyeballs online.
verb (used with object)
Informal. to look at, check, or observe closely: two opponents eyeballing each other.
Words Popularized By Shakespeare That We Still UseWilliam Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616 and was baptized on April 26, 1564. His exact birthdate remains unknown, though is conventionally taken to be the same as the day his "bones were interred." In his honor, we wanted to share some words popularized by the man himself.
search, inspect, consider, explore, study, probe, question, scrutinize, interrogate, examine, review, confirm, verify, determine, divine, double-check, detect, monitor, recognize, watch
- eyeball to eyeball,
give (someone) the hairy eyeball, Slang. to look at (someone) with eyelids partly lowered, as in hostility or distrust.
Origin of eyeball
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Examples from the Web for eyeballing
And, just eyeballing it here, that ark looked closer to four hundred cubits than the biblically prescribed three hundred.
After eyeballing the five or six cars waiting, he could see it was up.Would It Have Saved JFK? Jim Lehrer on the Mystery of the Bubble Top|Eleanor Clift|November 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
/ (ˈaɪˌbɔːl) /
the entire ball-shaped part of the eye
eyeball to eyeball in close confrontation
(tr) slang to stare at
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[ ī′bôl′ ]
The globe-shaped portion of the eye surrounded by the socket and covered externally by the eyelids.bulb of eye
The eye itself.
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