Pronunciation of Eye
/ˈa͡ɪ/, /ˈaɪ/, /ˈaɪ/
Synonyms for eye:
stickpin, aqueous humor, dimple, optometrist, sclera, twenty-twenty vision, forehead, chin, Percipiency, thundery, cotton reel, sleuth, drawstring, vitreous humor, bore into, sheet lightning, tie tack, tear gland, cufflink, press stud, landfall, hook and eye, brow, glower, dick, conjunctiva, goggle, Percipience, pincushion, stare down, see, visibility, pinhead, optician, double vision, velcro, tiepin, astigmatism, choroid, suspender, myopia, cornea, binocular vision, jowl, chain lightning, mien, garter, eyelash, zipper, gaze, yellow spot, ophthalmic optician, laugh lines, leer, cataract, RETINA, optic nerve, perceptiveness, cummerbund, bobbin, fix with, notions, eyelid, outstare, eyelet, thimble, snap fastener, Crow's-feet, field of vision, ophthalmologist, gumshoe, thread vein, lid, eyebrow, forked lightning, fastener, Clear-sightedness, eye socket, long face, Sageness, strawberry mark, bone structure, safety pin, facial.
eyesight, frog, sagacity, cob, shrewdness, stare, pupil, floret, baby blues, tempestuous, orb, contemplate, acumen, point of view, frown, scowl, seeing, iris, perspicacity, standpoint, lens, fury, thunderbolt, complexion, floater, viewpoint, cheek, clasp, blind spot, countenance, detective, thunder, grimace, astuteness, discernment, hairline, eagle eye, vicious, lightning.
Other synonyms and related words:
facial, standpoint, scrutinize, brow, behold, cummerbund, lower, gaze, thimble, sum, outstare, furrow, eyelet, midpoint, buckle, focus, feeling, conviction, nerve, needle, hub, astigmatism, discrimination, sagacity, consciousness, heed, mettle, notice, cognizance, warmheartedness, orb, zipper, center of attention, nitty-gritty, vantage, baby blues, garter, notion, ring, jaw, fondness, epicenter, eyelid, glower, mall, ear, consider, expression, meet, eyebrow, substance, inwardness, lock, belt, cufflink, chin, cotton, see, circle, tenderness, navel, goggle, snapper, glare, leer, thick, mindfulness, midst, nexus, mouth, opinion, lid, midsection, heart and soul, brace, optic nerve, point of view, vicious, peer, ticker, shadow, judgment, pin, iris, landfall, cast, shrewdness, Clear-sightedness, lash, Sageness, affection, perspicacity, warmness, affectionateness, follow, advertence, cataract, mind, fury, seat, axis, observe, Nerve Centre, wink, advertency, glance, sclera, view, look, marrow, meat, ogle, lightning, awareness, pincushion, gumshoe, pith, wit, persuasion, sleuth, hairline, drawstring, stare down, forehead, mask, belief, Percipience, face, detective, nucleus, note, nose, choroid, kernel, pore, investigator, shopping center, sash, band, zip, dick, pump, omphalos, outlook, perceive, field of vision, top, perceptiveness, observation, essence, distinguish, gist, meditate, sight, acumen, vision, crease, eyesight, seeing, plaza, discernment, shopping mall, mien, regard, bobbin, floret, lens, spunk, dimple, contemplate, pinhead, mecca, peek, locus, spirit, side, descry, spear, bosom, stare, loop, button, aspect, attention, cheek, astuteness, peep, viewpoint, RETINA, frown, eyes, lace, conjunctiva, angry, complexion, hoop, nerve center, watch, observance, pupil, grimace, core, gape, clasp, midriff, discern, notions, cob, light, verdict, cynosure, Percipiency, keenness, cornea, glimpse, optometrist, nub, scrutiny, countenance.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
dimple, Clear-sightedness, astuteness, Sageness, cheek, nose, wit, crease, bone structure, perspicacity, acumen, Crow's-feet, shrewdness, keenness, Percipiency, discernment, eye socket, Percipience, brow, complexion, perceptiveness, chin, sagacity.
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
gaze, sleuth, gumshoe, detective, dick, investigator.
judgment, opinion (noun)
keep an eye on (noun)
optical organ of an animate being (noun)
leer (noun, verb)
gaze at, scrutinize (verb)
Usage examples for eye:
- Pitt could not take his eye from this figure. - "A Red Wallflower", Susan Warner.
- We shall then have you more under our eye, and shall see how you behave. - "The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada", Francis Parkman.
- I don't like Mr. Gledware's eye because it always looks away from you. - "Lahoma", John Breckinridge Ellis.