half-closed

half-closed

adj
partially closed: with half-closed eyes.
Translations

half-closed

[ˌhɑːfˈkləʊzd] ADJentreabierto
References in classic literature ?
Hateful unto me are all that slink around half-closed windows!
As he said this Prince Andrew was less than ever like that Bolkonski who had lolled in Anna Pavlovna's easy chairs and with half-closed eyes had uttered French phrases between his teeth.
Maggie watched him furtively, with half-closed eyes, lit with a vague interest.
So presently she gave up the futile effort and lay quietly, looking through half-closed lids at the faces of the man who strode easily through the tangled undergrowth with her.
As she watched him from beneath half-closed lids, Tarzan crossed the little circular clearing toward the trees upon the further side.
And yet nowhere about her, in antechamber or corridor, was there sign of any other being than herself and the recumbent figure of Tario, the jeddak, who watched her through half-closed eyes from the gorgeous trappings of his regal couch.
But as he lay there with half-closed eyes living again through the tortures of the last few hours, he heard a voice that startled him.
Wingrave thought with sullen anger as he leaned back in his chair with half-closed eyes.
Leaning back with half-closed eyes, he kept saying over and over to himself:
He heaved a deep breath, opened the door a little wider, and with half-closed eyes and averted head, walked quickly in, determined that he would not look even once upon the dead man.
China is time-tested, all-weather and sincere friend who has all along been supporting Pakistan in thick and thin all these years in sharp contrast to big countries of the world that have almost half-closed eyes and cannot see ground realities beyond their own interests at all.
Summary: Abdullah Hitti, his eyes half-closed, took a bite of a piece of bread spread with zaatar mixture for him by Fady Aziz.