Amazed; astonished: popeyed with wonder. (adjective)
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Use "popeyed" in a sentence
"In the course of their journey they slay digital wolves and encounter popeyed, suppurating corpses that help the filmmakers avoid any accusation of light-heartedness."
"Hillary was popeyed for the longest time and now McCain is popeyed."
"Has anyone noticed that CNN editors deliberately pick photos that make Obama's opponents look popeyed?"