ox-eyed

[ oks-ahyd ]
/ ˈɒksˌaɪd /
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adjective

having large, round eyes similar to those of an ox.

Origin of ox-eyed

First recorded in 1615–25; ox + eyed
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British Dictionary definitions for ox-eyed

ox-eyed


adjective

having large round eyes, like those of an ox
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Word Origin and History for ox-eyed

ox-eyed


adj.

1620s, from ox + eye (n.).

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