By the eye

in abundance.

See also: Eye

References in classic literature ?
Miller's, one of the greatest pleasures of love--unsuspected by others, she could hold communion with him who had her heart, by the eyes, and a thousand tender and nameless little offices which give interest to affection, and zest to passion.
An analysis published in the April 2004 Archives of Ophthalmology by the Eye Disease Prevalence Research Group, a consortium representing several institutions, indicates that low vision or blindness affects 3.
TLC's study mirrors the recent Harris Interactive Survey commissioned by the Eye Surgery Education Council (ESEC).