Having round, wide-open eyes, naturally or from an expression of fear, astonishment, etc. (adjective)
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Use "saucer-eyed" in a sentence
"Mrs Bachmann was called a "saucer-eyed looney tune" by the liberal Huffington Post blog, while Rolling Stone magazine referred to her as "almost certainly the funniest thing that has ever happened to American presidential politics" and depicted her with a wild-eyed caricature."
""I really feel like I'm in love with Gavin," Carrie tells us, breathless, saucer-eyed, staring demonically out of the window of the Côte D'azur mansion/holding pen."
"Nissan With its wildly outsized fender flares, saucer-eyed round headlamps, squat fuselage, tapering roofline and curiously latent, not-quite-formed rear contours, the Juke looks like a Nissan Murano at the larval stage."