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eyes-only

[ ahyz-ohn-lee ]
/ ˈaɪzˈoʊn li /
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adjective

(of a communication) secret or confidential and meant to be seen only by the person to whom it is directed: an eyes-only report.

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Origin of eyes-only

First recorded in 1970–75
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