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.
"What's her name?" 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." She really was a most charming girl, and might have passed for a captive fairy, whom that truculent Ogre, Old Barley, had pressed into his service.
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.
On 7 July 2018 at 11:48 MDT, while walking in the Rattlesnake Creek drainage near the north end of Missoula, Missoula County, Montana, my attention was drawn to a pair of Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis) about 20 m distant emitting a series of "tik" calls (Hostetter 1961; Nolan and others 2002) as they fluttered and perched low to the ground; they were accompanied by a pair of Chipping Sparrows (Spizella passerina), which also were vocalizing and acting agitated, but the sparrows did not fly to the ground with the juncos.
Snowbird: noun 1) Dark-eyed Junco, a member of the sparrow family whose sudden appearance at feeding stations heralds the coming of winter 2) Migrant workers of the 1920s who, together with the unemployed, went south in search of jobs 3) Uncle Bob and Aunt Lil, Uncle Norman and Aunt Sonny
These bright and breezy perennials bring a ray of sunshine to the late summer border with their golden, dark-eyed daisy flowers.
Fans voted the dark-eyed death eater and long-time nemesis of Potter their favourite, in a poll launched by the books' publisher, Bloomsbury.
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.