sad-eyed

sad-eyed

adj
having eyes with a sad expression
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Harding was a gentle, sad-eyed woman, lacking a left foot.
At a very early age--perhaps it was when she traversed the ocean of waving grass--she remembered that she had been passionately enamored of a dignified and sad-eyed cavalry officer who visited her father in Kentucky.
One sad-eyed woman stumbled against him as he walked slowly up Piccadilly.
Darling was in the night-nursery awaiting George's return home; a very sad-eyed woman.
Then they went into a dark and lonely room, and here they found a pale, sad-eyed child, who wept bitter tears over a faded flower.
The fields changed their colours with the seasons; the threshing-floors filled and emptied, and filled again and again; and again and again, when winter came, the langurs frisked among the branches feathered with light snow, till the mother-monkeys brought their sad-eyed little babies up from the warmer valleys with the spring.
IN a perfect world Mark Eitzel would be every bit as revered by obsessives of sad-eyed serenades as The Smiths.
As a grizzled, sad-eyed homeless man making his annual journey from Scotland to London for the Christmas holiday, Peter Mullan brings warmth and soul to the modest British weepie "Hector," and the film doesn't require--or offer--much more than that.
There's testifying rock 'n' reggae, gospel, epic sad-eyed kitchen sink balladry, pub dub and Northern Soul sass.
KNITTING IMAGE Pooch's new friend has got the same sad-eyed look
Now that the 7-year-old Kolya is dead, Pankratov informs the sad-eyed perpetrator, they'll all be better off when the mother's cooperation is secured, by whatever means necessary.