noun, plural ox·eyes.
- oxbow lake,
- oxeye daisy,
- oxford accent,
- oxford and cambridge universities
Origin of oxeye
Examples from the Web for oxeye
The wind had dropped and the Copse was silent but for the spring chirp of an oxeye.Lives of the Fur Folk|M. D. Haviland
An oxeye daisy, p. 31, may be placed in center of canape, in the wreath of parsley.The Laurel Health Cookery|Evora Bucknum Perkins
In the house they should be given the same food as the oxeye, accustoming them to it at first by mixing bruised hemp-seed with it.
A costly Diamond, that had once sparkled in a lady's ring, lay in a field amid tall grasses and oxeye daisies.Stories to Tell Children|Sara Cone Bryant
I have seen an oxeye attack a quail and kill it in this way.