Cross-eyed
Cross-eyed Cross"-eyed` (-?d`), a. Affected with strabismus; squint-eyed; squinting. [1913 Webster]

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  • Cross-eyed — may refer to:* Born Cross Eyed, original composition by the San Francisco, CA Psychedelic rock group the Grateful Dead . * Cross eyed, also known as heterotropia , squint , crossed eye , cockeyed , wandering eye , or wall eyed , is a condition in …   Wikipedia

  • cross-eyed — adj. having convergent strabismus. Contrasted with {walleyed}. Syn: crosseyed, boss eyed[Brit. informal]. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • cross-eyed — [ US ˈ. .] adj having eyes that both look in towards the nose …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cross-eyed — [ ,krɔs aıd ] adjective having eyes that look toward each other slightly …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • cross-eyed — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having one or both eyes turned inwards towards the nose, either temporarily or as a permanent condition …   English terms dictionary

  • cross-eyed — adj. (as a disorder) having one or both eyes turned permanently inwards towards the nose. * * * ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ adjective Etymology: cross (V) 1. : affected with cross eye : having cross eyes a cross eyed child 2. : cockeyed 2b …   Useful english dictionary

  • cross-eyed — adj. VERBS ▪ be, look ▪ go ▪ You ll go cross eyed if you try to look at things so close to you …   Collocations dictionary

  • cross-eyed — ADJ Someone who is cross eyed has eyes that seem to look towards each other …   English dictionary

  • cross-eyed — [ˌkrɒs ˈaɪd] adj someone who is cross eyed has eyes that look towards each other slightly …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • cross-eyed — /ˈkrɒs aɪd/ (say kros uyd) adjective 1. affected by strabismus. 2. distorted: a cross eyed view of the world …   Australian English dictionary

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