eye rolling

Neurology Rhythmic eye movements which accompany rotation of the head, seen in the Pelizaeus-Merzbacher form of leukodystrophy
Vox populi A form of body language involving an often involuntary upward deviation of the eyes, usually in response to an outlandish statement made by another person

eye rolling

Neurology Rhythmic eye movements which accompany rotation of the head, seen in the Pelizaeus-Merzbacher form of leukodystrophy Vox populi Etc.
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Mary A: It could be that you are seeing your dog's third eyelid rather than your dog's eye rolling up.
Did anyone see the eye rolling from Wendy Hurrell at the end of the weather tonight.
Watching closely and smiling sat Aimee, catching a bit of good natured eye rolling with myself as some of the finer details were discussed.
The result is a feelgood film but without the eye rolling cheese.
She's so rude about larger ladies that Mary is forced to adopt a lot of Margaret-from-The-Apprentice-style eye rolling, although you may want her to use her best right hook and plant a giant ring-shaped indentation on Amanda's cheek instead.
He's seen eye rolling only in willing females being courted.
JUDGING FROM ALL THE EYE ROLLING HER COMMENTS ELICITS, I DOUBT MANY OF THE PEOPLE PRESENT SHARE HER FAITH IN THE DEMOCRATS ENDING THE DRUG WAR.
It's savage escalation from the eye rolling and obscene gesture used previously, and is roundly ignored by Marketing, PR, and corporate executives lacking both imagination and language skills.
There the unfortunate symptoms are frothing apocalypticism, fractured reasoning, knee jerking, and involuntary eye rolling.
Prior to Bell's enlightening thesis, people might have been tempted to interpret this interaction by simply saying that the coach's eye rolling and cool tone of voice sent Seth into a tailspin.
It involves more leg swinging, deep breathing, and eye rolling than a Falun Gong rally at Tiananmen Square.