Having eyes of a specified number or kind. Often used in combination: one-eyed; blue-eyed. (adjective)
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Use "eyed" in a sentence
"And almost everyone would do everything it would take to get one – even if it means trampling on other people’s shoulders, just so they could be pushed down, while ensuring that the person being held aloft would be noticed and eventually bag the title eyed for."
"I was bleary-eyed from the transatlantic leg of my itinerary, and became aware of a guy with a very loud voice who was vigorously fanboying one of the other passengers as we disembarked and had a long wait for the terminal bus."
"Yes | No | Report from Buffryan wrote 41 weeks 4 days ago if the water is low and clear i fish a chernobyl for a dry and a shallow (chain eyed) clouser in a craw color"