wall-eyed


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wall-eyed

Having a divergent squint (STRABISMUS) or a large, white scar on the cornea.

wall-eyed

see walleye.
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The abrupt crescendo occurs when Eck's wall-eyed horse crashes into a "varnished yellow melodeon" making "a single note, almost a chord, in bass, resonant and grave, of deep and sober astonishment" (1013).
And maybe one day, somebody will see that driving licence with the stupid wall-eyed picture and be reminded of who I was.
The puppy - who chose the author, not the other way around - is a "slightly wall-eyed, hyper, darn near ugly chocolate dapple dachshund named Jasper," the author writes.
We have been reduced to the level of compliant, drooling morons, sitting wall-eyed in front of the TV with our microwaved dinner and a box of McGreasy chips on our laps.
Or Saveli Kramarov, the pallid, wall-eyed comedian who left the Soviet Union to play harried apparatchiks in Hollywood and brought the laughs in a TV commercial where he searched for a "big American car with tailfins.