I opened my eyes and looked...
Maria's eyes filled with tears.
...a tall, thin white-haired lady with piercing dark brown eyes...
He is now blind in one eye.
Sally eyed Claire with interest...
We eyed each other thoughtfully...
Martin eyed the bottle at Marianne's elbow.
William was a man of discernment, with an eye for quality...
Their chief negotiator turned his critical eye on the United States...
It did not take his practised eye long to notice that he was not the only one who was hanging about...
He first learnt to fish under the watchful eye of his grandmother.
An infra-red eye is said to detect the movement of any animal within an angle of 110 degrees at up to 10 metres.
I was again using the cold, unflinching eye of the camera to probe a sick society.
The eye of the hurricane hit Florida just south of Miami.
A lot of them died in front of our eyes...
We are under the eyes of both sides all the time.
I would be grateful if he could cast an expert eye over it and tell me what he thought of it...
If you run your eye up and down these columns you will see that the value of some of them declined.
As she turned back, a movement across the lawn caught her eye.
I tried to catch Chrissie's eye to find out what she was playing at.
That's probably the most bare and bleak island I've ever had the misfortune to clap eyes on...
What was he doing when you last set eyes on him?
She was looking at me across the room, and we made eye contact several times...
I spent a fruitless ten minutes walking up and down the high street, desperately avoiding eye contact with passers-by.
Most governments must simply be shutting their eyes to the problem.
...a very simple punishment code based on an-eye-for-an-eye.
Here, massive dunes stretched in every direction as far as the eye could see...
There are pine trees as far as the eye can see.
Susan has a keen eye for detail, so each dress is beautifully finished off.
The other serious problem in the eyes of the new government is communalism...
Richard Dorrington was, in their eyes, a very sensible and reliable man...
The practice of religion in America sometimes seems strange to European eyes.
I ask the mounted patrol to keep their eyes open...
You and your friends keep an eye out—if there's any trouble we'll make a break for it.
I'm sure you will appreciate that we must keep a careful eye on all our running costs...
I went for a run there, keeping an eye on the children the whole time...
They're using villagers to keep an eye on each other, to spy on each other.
This whole business is very puzzling. There is a lot more to it than meets the eye.
The first sight that met my eyes on reaching the front door was the church enveloped in flames.
All eyes will be on tomorrow's vote...
The eyes of the world were now on the police.
As the boat plodded into British waters and up the English Channel, Customs had their eye on her.
...if you're saving up for a new outfit you've had your eye on.
We want all our members to undertake this trip responsibly, with their eyes open.
Watching your child explore the world about her can open your eyes to delights long forgotten.
Yuriko saw eye to eye with Yul on almost every aspect of the production...
We've never seen eye to eye.
The bowlers at the eye of the storm were nowhere in evidence.
...the minister in the eye of the storm.
She took her eyes off the road to glance at me...
Nina couldn't take her eyes off Philip.
She tried to see things through his eyes...
The story is told through the eyes of Inspector Simon Potter.
I am up to my eyes in work...
The women are just up to their eyes in debt.