Eyed [noun]

Definition of Eyed:

judgment, opinion

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Sentence/Example of Eyed:

As the company firms up its offering in activewear, they’re also keeping an eye on what trends will help them grow.

We can be eyes and ears for law enforcement and communicate back to them, but we’re not civilian law enforcement.

The smoke particles from the wildfires raging all over the West Coast since August blocked the blue light from the sun, creating the orange and red-tinted spectacle for our human eyes.

Then, the edit team doubles down on a handful of those products that they think readers are particularly interested and integrates them in videos, newsletters, social posts and written content to get more eyes on them.

It can track their location and let parents keep an eye on where they go.

Slide the shank of a fish hook up through those strands until the eye emerges, then melt the end of the cord around the hook eye with a lighter.

All eyes are on the pharmaceutical industry, as leading companies have moved ahead to discover, test, and manufacture a vaccine faster than ever before.

“We had been working with our fabric supplier to develop this new 5x7 ripstop, but we found that it alone wasn’t enough to make a true ultralight product in our eyes,” said Devon Lambert, Mountain Hardwear’s project manager for outerwear.

But Lucy had noted, out of the corner of her watchful eye, the arrival of Miss Grains, indignant and perspiring.

As his eye became accustomed to the gloom, David Arden saw traces of gilding on the walls.