dark-eyed


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dark-eyed

adj
(of a person) having dark eyes
Translations

dark-eyed

[ˌdɑːkˈaɪd] ADJde ojos oscuros

dark-eyed

[ˈdɑːkˈaɪd] adjdagli occhi scuri
References in classic literature ?
First, she steadfastly maintained that brunettes and all the tribe of dark-eyed humans were deceitful.
The roulette-ball was not even spinning, and the gamekeeper stood by the roaring, red-hot stove, talking with the young, dark-eyed woman, comely of face and figure, who was known from Juneau to Fort Yukon as the Virgin.
Quite naturally, as a matter of course, he swung in along-side the dark-eyed one and walked with her.
he asked of the giggling girl, nodding at the dark-eyed one.
As we were thus conversing in a low tone while Old Barley's sustained growl vibrated in the beam that crossed the ceiling, the room door opened, and a very pretty slight dark-eyed girl of twenty or so, came in with a basket in her hand: whom Herbert tenderly relieved of the basket, and presented blushing, as "Clara.
When I had taken leave of the pretty gentle dark-eyed girl, and of the motherly woman who had not outlived her honest sympathy with a little affair of true love, I felt as if the Old Green Copper Rope-Walk had grown quite a different place.
These bright and breezy perennials bring a ray of sunshine to the late summer border with their golden, dark-eyed daisy flowers.
A field study of the relationship between testosterone and natural selection in an American songbird, the dark-eyed junco, has defied some expectations and confirmed others.
com, Lilly poses in a selection of pictures, alongside a description of her as 'alert, dark-eyed and inquisitive'.
The world has split into two opposing halves the nations of Tearia and Kirador the light and the dark the blond and the dark-eyed.
As well, the use of the terms dark-eyed and light-eyed may address the question raised by The Times of India about black-eyed individuals.