glad eye

glad eye

n
informal an inviting or seductive glance (esp in the phrase give (someone) the glad eye)
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She stroked his hands and looked into his face with glad eyes.
Adam walked much faster, and any one coming along the Oakbourne road at sunrise that morning must have had a pleasant sight in this tall broad-chested man, striding along with a carriage as upright and firm as any soldier's, glancing with keen glad eyes at the dark-blue hills as they began to show themselves on his way.
It may well turn out to be Watford, given Huddersfield manager David Wagner has also been giving the glad eye to Monaco defender Terence Kongolo, drooling: "We like him".
There's trouble in paradise for Dev and Erica with the latter having the glad eye for Kevin.
After weeks of giving each other the glad eye, Lachlan (right) and Belle are still no closer to being a couple.
Emmerdale James has been giving Moira the glad eye for weeks now, and with Cain out of the way, he finally makes his move on the foxy farmer.
Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain narrates the hilarious stories of two couples who live across the street in a lane in Kanpur, whereby each husband has a glad eye for the other man's wife.
In fact, scrub that, bring me that single malt that's been giving me the glad eye from the top shelf for months.
The Glad Eye was first produced at the West Pier, Brighton, on 4 September 1911 (Stage, 24 Aug.
A bit like us then, giving someone the glad eye down the localWetherspoons after a few sherbets.
So I say with hand on beating heart - any chap reading this who feels like giving me the glad eye, whistling, winking or shouting "hello darlin' " as I pass - please do - I won't tell.
Hiddink refused to involve himself in the "beauty parade" of a second interview and instead turned a glad eye towards that well-known football power, Russia.