a.1.Having eyes like an owl's.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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She writes "the 'Boy in Red' may be a much-loved treasure, but the moppet in his pool of light is surrounded by more nightmare critters in the shape of owl-eyed cats waiting to savage a magpie, while sharp-beaked finches chatter in the darkness."
Borzillieri, who last year produced a docu-series on the Zodiac killer, would make the acquaintance of a remarkably idiosyncratic cast of characters along the way, none more compelling than Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong, the owl-eyed local pseudo-celebrity known for a streak of suborned, and often murdered, ex-boyfriends.
When Amy's 12-year-old daughter, the precocious, owl-eyed Jane (Oona Laurence), is benched on the soccer team due to the machinations of Gwendolyn, Amy decides to run against her for PTA president --a standard, 1980s slobs-againstthe-squares plot.
From the owl-eyed Morpho Granadensis and bright yellow Phoebis Philea to the deep blue Caligo Atreus and the black-and-white Idea Leoconoe, the butterflies are a riot of colour.
slit-eyed, Miles owl-eyed Reaper's stare, sunglasses
"It's crazy," says Jean Grant, the owl-eyed Liverpool patriot, who hopes her city will lead the world in a great campaign to regain the land for the people.
The most interesting is a large woodblock self portrait that entirely captures the owl-eyed woman seen in photographs of Krause.
Worse, what if that owl-eyed innocent had a knife in his pocket?
The conservative Republican villain is Representative Shelly Runyon of Illinois--in Oldman's interpretation, a small, nervous, owl-eyed man with a sparse fringe of curly hair.
The Oxford Dictionary of World Mytholagy describes her as both "Glaukopis (owl-eyed)" as well as "Gorgopis (Gorgon-faced)" (I46).
SHE was wife to Cyril Fletcher, the owl-eyed ode writer and reciter with the quizzical smile permanently on a mouth, in which a plum was a regular tenant, who died earlier this year.