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Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
opinion or judgment
Examples:
in the eyes of the law
I was wrong in her eyes

Crossword Clues for EYES

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The Observer's content recalled by Jersey entrepreneur Irish Times Crosaire 31 Jul 2021
Examines closely Newsday 28 Jul 2021
What contact lenses cover Newsday 27 Jul 2021
Peepers Thomas Joseph 22 Jul 2021
Peepers Thomas Joseph 22 Jul 2021
A sight for sore __ Newsday 20 Jul 2021
A sight for sore __ Newsday 20 Jul 2021
Potato protrusions Family Time 18 Jul 2021
Potato protrusions Family Time 18 Jul 2021
Second way of viewing things, figuratively New York Times 15 Jul 2021
Second way of viewing things, figuratively New York Times 15 Jul 2021
Image scanners? The Washington Post Sunday 11 Jul 2021
Needle holes Newsday 11 Jul 2021
Needle holes Newsday 11 Jul 2021
Image scanners? The Washington Post Sunday 11 Jul 2021
Looks over Thomas Joseph 10 Jul 2021
Looks over Thomas Joseph 10 Jul 2021
Takes in Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2021
Takes in Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2021
Takes in Wall Street Journal 07 Jul 2021
Peepers Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2021
Peepers Wall Street Journal 06 Jul 2021
What visors shade Newsday 05 Jul 2021
Body parts that may be blue Universal 03 Jul 2021
Body parts that may be blue Universal 03 Jul 2021
Pupils' places Newsday 27 Jun 2021
What most spiders have eight of New York Times 13 Jun 2021
Cavefish's functionless parts The Washington Post 08 Jun 2021
Cavefish's functionless parts LA Times Daily 08 Jun 2021
'___ on the Prize' USA Today 31 May 2021
'Their ___ Were Watching God' USA Today 26 May 2021
Potato features Universal 24 May 2021
Potato bumps Family Time 17 May 2021
Holes in needles Newsday 05 May 2021
Checks out Newsday 30 Apr 2021
Ophthalmologists' focus New York Times 27 Apr 2021
Coals, for Frosty the Snowman Universal 26 Apr 2021
Centers of hurricanes Newsday 20 Apr 2021
Peepers Thomas Joseph 20 Apr 2021
What the giant Argus has 100 of, in Greek myth New York Times 14 Apr 2021
Body parts that blink USA Today 07 Apr 2021
Specs can be provided for them New York Times 01 Apr 2021
Keeps one's __ on (watches) Newsday 31 Mar 2021
Spuds have them Wall Street Journal 31 Mar 2021
A sight for sore __ Newsday 30 Mar 2021
The mirrors of the soul, it's said Irish Times Simplex 18 Mar 2021
Body parts with lids USA Today 18 Mar 2021
The Observer's content recalled by Jersey entrepreneur Irish Times Crosaire 06 Mar 2021
Looks over Thomas Joseph 23 Feb 2021
Centers of hurricanes USA Today 17 Feb 2021
Globular organs Irish Times Simplex 16 Feb 2021
Peer group? Wall Street Journal 08 Feb 2021
Keep one's __ on (watch) Newsday 08 Feb 2021
Views New York Times 28 Jan 2021
The windows of the soul Irish Times Simplex 27 Jan 2021
They can be batted and rolled New York Times 24 Jan 2021
What visors shade Newsday 11 Jan 2021
Emoji that can mean 'Get a load of this!' New York Times 06 Jan 2021
Watches New York Times 30 Dec 2020
Scrutinises base for sure The Telegraph Toughie 24 Dec 2020
Peepers New York Times 22 Dec 2020
They may see many people at once Universal 12 Dec 2020
Viewers should have positive reaction by programme's finale The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Dec 2020
Looks at The Telegraph Quick 07 Dec 2020
Watches closely LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2020
Watches closely The Washington Post 19 Nov 2020
Looks at Universal 18 Nov 2020
Peepers Eugene Sheffer 11 Nov 2020
They're shut while sneezing The Washington Post Sunday 08 Nov 2020
Peepers Wall Street Journal 12 Oct 2020
Focus group? LA Times Daily 06 Oct 2020
Focus group? The Washington Post 06 Oct 2020
Windows to the soul, supposedly Wall Street Journal 06 Oct 2020
Eerily glowing things in a dark forest The Washington Post Sunday 04 Oct 2020
Peepers Premier Sunday 04 Oct 2020
Mississippi quartet* Newsday 02 Oct 2020
Some are beady Universal 01 Oct 2020
Peering pair Newsday 01 Oct 2020
Honeybees have five USA Today 30 Sep 2020
Lasik surgery targets The Washington Post Sunday 27 Sep 2020
What mask holes are for Newsday 16 Sep 2020
Spider's eight, usually The Washington Post 13 Sep 2020
Spider's eight, usually LA Times Daily 13 Sep 2020
Windows to the soul, it's said Universal 13 Sep 2020
Seeing things Newsday 10 Sep 2020
They're light-sensitive The Washington Post 05 Sep 2020
They're light-sensitive LA Times Daily 05 Sep 2020
Optical organs The Telegraph Quick 28 Aug 2020
Keep your __ on (watch) Newsday 26 Aug 2020
Centers of hurricanes New York Times 17 Aug 2020
Source of Cyclops's energy beams, in Marvel Comics The Washington Post Sunday 05 Jul 2020
Ogles Canadiana 22 Jun 2020
What contacts contact New York Times 07 Jun 2020
Visual organs The Telegraph Quick 29 May 2020
Seeing things? New York Times 18 May 2020
Emoticon's : or ; Universal 16 May 2020
Needle features Thomas Joseph 12 May 2020
Observes Canadiana 11 May 2020
Ophthalmologist's study Family Time 20 Apr 2020
Peelers take them off potatoes USA Today 07 Apr 2020
The ___ (apt anagram for 'they see') New York Times 07 Apr 2020
Pupils' places Universal 02 Apr 2020
Retinas' organs Universal 30 Mar 2020
__ only Newsday 28 Mar 2020
Green iguanas have three USA Today 27 Mar 2020
Focuses on, as the catcher for signals LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2020
Focuses on, as the catcher for signals The Washington Post 26 Mar 2020
What contact lenses cover Newsday 17 Mar 2020
They have rods and cones Universal 10 Mar 2020
Irises' places Premier Sunday 01 Mar 2020
Private ___ (detectives) USA Today 19 Feb 2020
"For Your ___ Only"
Hurricane centers Newsday 30 Dec 2019
Unrealistic part of many statues New York Times 18 Dec 2019
Unrealistic part of many statues
'Behind These Hazel ___' USA Today 16 Dec 2019
LASIK targets USA Today 24 Nov 2019
Mr. Potato Head pieces USA Today 09 Nov 2019
Private __ (detectives) Newsday 14 Oct 2019
Organs in sockets USA Today 30 Sep 2019
Detectives certainly on trail of crime ultimately The Telegraph Toughie 26 Sep 2019
Eight things that most spiders have New York Times 15 Sep 2019
Idaho spots? Universal 11 Sep 2019
"Their ___ Were Watching God" Universal 06 Sep 2019
Things in orbits New York Times 30 Aug 2019
Blinkers New York Times 25 Aug 2019
Optometrists examine them Universal 23 Aug 2019
Some hieroglyphic symbols New York Times 15 Aug 2019
Organs of sight The Times Concise 13 Aug 2019
Beholds Wall Street Journal 05 Aug 2019
Has a look at Universal 28 Jun 2019
Needle holes Newsday 25 Jun 2019
Watches closely Newsday 18 Jun 2019
They're on snails' stalks Universal 08 Jun 2019
Pupils' places USA Today 07 Jun 2019
Places for contacts LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2019
Places for contacts The Washington Post 04 Jun 2019
The Observer's content from the Hawkeye State Irish Times Crosaire 31 May 2019
Potato discards Universal 27 May 2019
You may keep them peeled USA Today 16 May 2019
Mr. Potato Head pieces Jonesin 14 May 2019
Places for pupils Universal 09 May 2019
Windows to the soul, supposedly Universal 02 May 2019
Pair of kings (except one of them)? The Washington Post Sunday 14 Apr 2019
Energy certainly needed in watches? The Sun Two Speed 06 Apr 2019
Organs of sight The Sun Two Speed 06 Apr 2019
Peepers Universal 06 Apr 2019
Organs of vision Irish Times Simplex 22 Mar 2019
Things that people are warned not to cross New York Times 10 Mar 2019
See 98-Down The Washington Post 10 Mar 2019
See 98-Down LA Times Daily 10 Mar 2019
Noticing things Newsday 12 Jan 2019
Regards — features of a potato The Guardian Quick 09 Jan 2019
Seeing things Eugene Sheffer 08 Jan 2019
Places for contacts USA Today 03 Jan 2019
Optometrists examine them
Idaho spots?
Has a look at
"Their ___ Were Watching God"
Things in orbits
Pupils' places
Eight things that most spiders have
You may keep them peeled
Places for contacts
Blinkers
Places for contacts
Organs in sockets
Gives the once-over to
Peer group?
Beholds
See 98-Down
Windows to the soul, supposedly
They're on snails' stalks
Things that people are warned not to cross
Potato discards
Places for pupils
Peepers
Some hieroglyphic symbols
Sinatra's blue pair USA Today 31 Dec 2018
Regards The Washington Post Sunday 02 Dec 2018
Colon, in an emoticon USA Today 26 Nov 2018
What glasses are often for The Washington Post 17 Nov 2018
What glasses are often for LA Times Daily 17 Nov 2018
Surveys New York Times 15 Nov 2018
Facial pair Family Time 12 Nov 2018
Watch pair? LA Times Daily 18 Oct 2018
Watch pair? The Washington Post 18 Oct 2018
Sight organs The Washington Post 15 Oct 2018
Sight organs LA Times Daily 15 Oct 2018
Gives the once-over to USA Today 11 Oct 2018
They may be beady Jonesin 09 Oct 2018
Windows to the soul, proverbially Wall Street Journal 29 Sep 2018
Bumps on potatoes USA Today 07 Sep 2018
What a colon might denote New York Times 07 Sep 2018
Spider's octet, often The Washington Post Sunday 02 Sep 2018
Spots on spuds USA Today 27 Aug 2018
Checks out The Washington Post 23 Aug 2018
Ophthalmological focus Newsday 23 Aug 2018
Checks out LA Times Daily 23 Aug 2018
'___ of Laura Mars' Jonesin 21 Aug 2018
Hurricane features Universal 20 Aug 2018
Regards New York Times 10 Aug 2018
Sight organs The Telegraph Quick 05 Aug 2018
Spuds' buds Eugene Sheffer 26 Jul 2018
Takes a gander at Newsday 22 Jul 2018
Closely looks at The Times Concise 18 Jul 2018
Blinkers with no bulbs Universal 14 Jul 2018
Potato buds Newsday 11 Jul 2018
Darting organs Universal 10 Jul 2018
Good lookers? New York Times 09 Jul 2018
Takes a gander at LA Times Daily 06 Jul 2018
Takes a gander at The Washington Post 06 Jul 2018
They're often closed after dark Wall Street Journal 02 Jul 2018
Some cross-country flights New York Times 21 Jun 2018
Coals, on snowmen USA Today 20 Jun 2018
Buds on spuds New York Times 12 Jun 2018
Peepers LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2018
Peepers The Washington Post 04 Jun 2018
Sprouts on potatoes USA Today 01 Jun 2018
Targets of Moe's pokes USA Today 21 May 2018
Mr. Potato Head parts USA Today 20 May 2018
Real lookers? New York Times 13 May 2018
Ophthalmology subjects The Washington Post Sunday 13 May 2018
Potato parts Universal 11 May 2018
Organs of sight The Telegraph Quick 10 May 2018
Twinklers Universal 10 May 2018
Destination for some 50 Down Newsday 05 May 2018
What contacts may help LA Times Daily 05 May 2018
What contacts may help The Washington Post 05 May 2018
Watchers LA Times Daily 04 May 2018
Watchers The Washington Post 04 May 2018
Seers? The Washington Post 30 Apr 2018
They see things Universal 30 Apr 2018
Seers? LA Times Daily 30 Apr 2018
Scrutinizes Newsday 29 Apr 2018
Baby blues, e.g New York Times 23 Apr 2018
Scopes out Newsday 15 Apr 2018
Examines closely Newsday 11 Apr 2018
Observes The Telegraph Quick 07 Apr 2018
Glassy blinkers Universal 06 Apr 2018
Keeps under surveillance parts of the Hawkeye State Irish Times Crosaire 30 Mar 2018
Looks at closely Newsday 28 Mar 2018
Potato peelers' excisions USA Today 04 Mar 2018
Intel satellites, metaphorically New York Times 03 Mar 2018
Octet for most spiders The Washington Post Sunday 25 Feb 2018
Regarding things Newsday 10 Feb 2018
Glassy blinkers
Real lookers?
Intel satellites, metaphorically
Good lookers?
Buds on spuds
Baby blues, e.g.
Some cross-country flights
Surveys
What a colon might denote
Bumps on potatoes
Colon, in an emoticon
Mr. Potato Head parts
Mr. Potato Head pieces
Sinatra's blue pair
Spots on spuds
They're often closed after dark
Windows to the soul, proverbially
Sprouts on potatoes
Checks out
Peepers
Seers?
Sight organs
Takes a gander at
Watch pair?
Watchers
What contacts may help
What glasses are often for
Targets of Moe's pokes
Blinkers with no bulbs
Darting organs
Hurricane features
Potato parts
They see things
Twinklers
Regards
Coals, on snowmen
Seeing organs Universal 31 Dec 2017
Needle parts Universal 22 Dec 2017
What contact lenses are placed on Newsday 12 Dec 2017
Spud's buds Family Time 20 Nov 2017
Evinces envy of, perhaps Newsday 14 Oct 2017
Calm areas of storms USA Today 11 Oct 2017
Examines Canadiana 02 Oct 2017
Colon in many an emoticon Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2017
Buds on spuds Wall Street Journal 20 Sep 2017
Organs at 34-Down Universal 27 Jul 2017
Organs of sight Family Time 24 Jul 2017
Centers of cyclones USA Today 07 Jun 2017
Holes in Swiss cheese Jonesin 23 May 2017
Views The Telegraph Quick 17 May 2017
Looks at The Times Concise 14 Apr 2017
Storm centers The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Apr 2017
They see with audible indications of approval The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Apr 2017
Needle parts Family Time 02 Apr 2017
Observes closely Newsday 30 Mar 2017
They work better when they focus LA Times Daily 30 Mar 2017
They work better when they focus The Washington Post 30 Mar 2017
Hawks have sharp ones New York Times 16 Mar 2017
Spots for contacts Wall Street Journal 13 Mar 2017
They take things in Newsday 11 Feb 2017
They're open daily Wall Street Journal 04 Feb 2017
Scrutinises start of election very well The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Jan 2017
Parts of needles The Telegraph Quick 11 Jan 2017
Colon or semicolon, in emoticons USA Today 11 Jan 2017
Organs at 34-Down
They work better when they focus
Calm areas of storms
Centers of cyclones
Colon or semicolon, in emoticons
Seeing organs
Hawks have sharp ones
Views
Needle parts
Peacock tail markings USA Today 24 Dec 2016
The first things children open on Christmas Day The Telegraph Quick 24 Dec 2016
Observation satellites, so to speak New York Times 24 Dec 2016
Observes Newsday 21 Dec 2016
Places for contacts New York Times 13 Dec 2016
Smiley dots Newsday 08 Dec 2016
'For Your ___ Onlady' Jonesin 15 Nov 2016
Snake __ Newsday 12 Nov 2016
Targets of a Stooge poke USA Today 09 Nov 2016
Visual organs Irish Times Simplex 04 Nov 2016
Smiley parts Newsday 04 Nov 2016
Baby blues, for some Universal 25 Oct 2016
Holes in needles USA Today 12 Oct 2016
Visual pair Universal 02 Oct 2016
Storm centers Universal 01 Oct 2016
Balls in sockets Wall Street Journal 23 Sep 2016
Peer group? Thomas Joseph 03 Sep 2016
They can turn red in a flash New York Times 02 Sep 2016
Facial pair Thomas Joseph 01 Sep 2016
Gives the once-over The Washington Post 01 Sep 2016
Spud bumps Universal 26 Aug 2016
Coals, on Frosty USA Today 21 Aug 2016
Argus' hundred Universal 18 Aug 2016
Checks out Wall Street Journal 02 Aug 2016
Witnesses close to police, of course The Times Cryptic 24 Jul 2016
Potato protuberances The Washington Post 11 Jul 2016
Baby blues The Washington Post 29 Jun 2016
Potato protuberances USA Today 25 Jun 2016
Watchful pair Universal 24 Jun 2016
Things that may twinkle Universal 20 Jun 2016
Trips in the dark? New York Times 19 Jun 2016
Gives the once-over Universal 14 Jun 2016
'Ol' Blue ___' (36-Across nickname) Wall Street Journal 08 Jun 2016
Examines closely Wall Street Journal 06 Jun 2016
Some glass prostheses New York Times 18 May 2016
Peacock markings Universal 18 May 2016
Watches closely USA Today 07 May 2016
"Windows to the soul" Family Time 24 Apr 2016
Gives a once-over USA Today 19 Apr 2016
Dots on smileys Newsday 14 Apr 2016
Argus' many Universal 09 Apr 2016
Appraises Newsday 08 Apr 2016
Keeps a watch on Universal 06 Apr 2016
Sight seers New York Times 03 Apr 2016
Watchful duo USA Today 31 Mar 2016
Regards The Telegraph Quick 08 Mar 2016
Head set? USA Today 23 Feb 2016
'___ Wide Shut' Jonesin 09 Feb 2016
They look and sound agreeable The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Feb 2016
Cookie Monster has googly ones The Washington Post 13 Jan 2016
Ogles Premier Sunday 10 Jan 2016
Things opened in the morning New York Times 08 Jan 2016
Storm centers
Argus' hundred
Baby blues, for some
Gives the once-over
Spud bumps
Things that may twinkle
Visual pair
Watchful pair
Coals, on Frosty
Peacock tail markings
Potato protuberances
Watches closely
Observation satellites, so to speak
Places for contacts
They can turn red in a flash
Things opened in the morning
Word with googly or goo-goo New York Times 22 Dec 2015
'These ___' (1969 hit by The Guess Who) The Washington Post 21 Dec 2015
Needle holes The Washington Post 17 Dec 2015
Emoticon colon, often Wall Street Journal 03 Dec 2015
Potato flaws Universal 15 Oct 2015
"Windows of the soul" Universal 05 Oct 2015
Facial features Universal 17 Sep 2015
Optical organs The Times Concise 14 Sep 2015
Spud's buds Eugene Sheffer 30 Jun 2015
Most spiders have eight LA Times Daily 27 Jun 2015
Surveys Newsday 29 May 2015
Baby blues LA Times Daily 25 May 2015
Holes in Swiss cheese New York Times 24 May 2015
View finders Newsday 15 May 2015
Colon in an emoticon Newsday 14 May 2015
Peepers USA Today 11 May 2015
Spotters Eugene Sheffer 08 May 2015
Potato peeler's targets USA Today 08 May 2015
Peepers The Telegraph Quick 06 May 2015
Observes one mutter after another Irish Times Crosaire 25 Apr 2015
They can be rolled or crossed Jonesin 23 Apr 2015
Potato flaws USA Today 20 Apr 2015
Ogles Universal 17 Apr 2015
Peer group? New York Times 10 Apr 2015
Socket set LA Times Daily 03 Apr 2015
Watchful pair USA Today 29 Mar 2015
Storm centers Newsday 26 Mar 2015
Spud sprouts LA Times Daily 25 Mar 2015
Looks over Newsday 13 Mar 2015
Watches suspiciously Universal 04 Mar 2015
Easy on the ___ (attractive) USA Today 27 Feb 2015
What potatoes and needles both have LA Times Daily 10 Feb 2015
Mr. Potato Head pieces Newsday 05 Feb 2015
Windows to the soul, so they say LA Times Daily 28 Jan 2015
Optometrists' interest New York Times 12 Jan 2015
Head set USA Today 07 Jan 2015
Mr. Potato Head's are removable Family Time 04 Jan 2015
View finders
Surveys
Storm centers
Potato buds
Needle holes
Mr. Potato Head pieces
Looks at closely
Looks over
Hurricane centers
Holes in needles
Colon in an emoticon
Centers of hurricanes
Watchful pair
"Windows of the soul"
Word with googly or goo-goo
Peer group?
Optometrists' interest
Holes in Swiss cheese
Get Up Kids "To my surprise, before my ___, you arrive"
Baby blues
Most spiders have eight
Socket set
Buds on spuds
Spud sprouts
What potatoes and needles both have
Windows to the soul, so they say
Facial features
Ogles
Potato flaws
Watches suspiciously
Colon in an emoticon, usually
Colons, in many emoticons
Emoticon colon, often
Potato peeler's targets
Potato flaws
Peepers
Head set
Easy on the ___ (attractive)
Needle holes
Seeing things
What most spiders have eight of
Baby blues
Socket set
Your constructor's are blue, ladies
Has a look at
"The windows to the soul"
Seeing things?
They see the light
They're protected by lids and lashes
They're opened first on Christmas morning
They may have contacts
Needle apertures
Keep them on the ball!
Head set?
Seeing things?
Peacock-feather features
Watches suspiciously
Witnesses
Head set
Another peer group?
They're tested with Snellen charts
Visual aids
Seeing things
Peacock tail spots
Skid Row "I'd stare a lifetime into your ___"
Kim Carnes "Bette Davis ___"
Seeing things
Cyclone centers
Gives the once-over
Mr. Potato Head piece
Needle features
Needle openings
Openings for tailors?
There are four of them on a dollar bill
Hurricane centers
Sightseers?
They may have contacts
They're examined with a phoropter
Spud spots
Word before front
Looks closely at
Peepers
Watchful ones?
See 1-Across
Needle apertures
Places for contacts
Windows to the soul
They may be black, brown, blue or private
Buds on spuds
Googly ___
Watches suspiciously
Snowman's coal chunks, e.g.
Watches suspiciously
Spud's buds
Buds on spuds
What a colon represents in an emoticon
Where pupils are
Buds on spuds
Looks at
Ogles
Places you may have contacts
Needle holes
"Peepers"
Checks out
Hurricane centers
U2 "Spanish ___"
Wolf spider's octet
Seeing things
Potato protuberances
Peepers
Kiss "X-Ray ___"
'80s band Naked ___
"Windows to the soul"
Hieroglyphic representations of Horus
Watches suspiciously
Seeing things
Peepers
Glimpses
Baby blues, say
Peepers
Blinkers
Spuds' buds
Potato's multitude
Observes
11-Down, north of the border
Needle openings
Hurricane centers
"Keep your ___ peeled"
They can be opened, rolled, or shielded
"These ___, are crying" The Guess Who
Watches
They're usually blue or brown
They may be rolled
Watchers
Ophthalmologist's concern
Lookers
Holes in needles
Examines closely
Examines
Spots for glasses
"For Your ___ Only" (1981 James Bond movie)
"Windows of the soul"
"Windows to the soul"
Cyclone centers
Catches sight of
Scrutinizes
Potato parts
"These ___, are crying"
Real lookers
Witnesses
Sheena Easton: "For Your ___ Only"
Looks closely at
Windows to the soul
Looks closely at
Makeup accentuates them
Storm centers
Checks out
*Storm centers
They can be batted and rolled
Checks out visually
They can be prying or crying
They may be lazy or wandering
Makeup accentuates them
Storm centers
They're seen on both sides of bridges
Potato sprouts
Keeps a watch on
Watchers
Viewers?
They blink
Real lookers
Places for contacts
Focus group?
Visors shade them
Looks at
Snake ___
"The windows to the soul"
Watches carefully
"Always Something There to Remind Me" Naked ___
They may be bloodshot
Seeing pair
They can be rolled or crossed
Hypnotist's concern
Optometrist's concerns
Buds on tubers
Potato features
Takes a gander at
Visors shade them
Looks over warily
Places for pupils
Regards
Storm centers
Spud bumps
Good lookers?
Head set
Dots on smiley faces
Looks over warily
Places for pupils
Regards
Spud's buds
"When Irish ___ are smiling ..."
They can be piercing
Prominent features of a "Cats" poster
Mr. Potato Head parts
Where to find contacts
"The Hills Have ___"
"Bette Davis ___"
"___ Wide Shut" (Kubrick's last film)
Head set?
Takes a look
The night's thousand
They're vital for good looks
Potato features
Real lookers?
"Windows to the soul"
"Bette Davis ___" (Kim Carnes hit song)
Keeps tabs on
Checks out
Peepers
Hurricane centers
Targets of a Moe Howard poke
Observing things
Checks out
Head set
Needle parts
They're all in your head
Bedroom shutters?
Emoticon colon
Looks over
Peer group?
Regards
They're protected by lids
They're all in your head
The Guess Who's "These ___"
Potato protuberances
Focus group?
Colons in emoticons, often
Argus' 100
Spuds' buds
Baby blues
Blinkers, at times
Gives the once-over
Watchful pair
Looks over
Spud's buds
Colon in many an emoticon
Gives the once-over
Watchful pair
Gives the once-over
Blinkers, at times
Spud spots
Observes
Center cuts of beef
Observes
Covets, perhaps
Baby blues
Colon, in an emoticon
Ogles
They can be crossed
Baby blues
Hurricanes' hearts
Some are behind glasses
They may be black or blue
Tearing things?
Blinkers
Swiss-cheese holes
They may be black or private
Watches
Watches closely
Focus group?
Hurricane centers
Baby blues, e.g.
Some Mr. Potato Head parts
Loser's weepers?
Hurricane centers
Winkers
Colon in an emoticon
Optometrists' concerns
Winkers
Potato parts
Visual pair
Balls with lids
Focus group?
Some electric sensors
Mr. Potato Head piece
Potato buds
Argus's 100
Some electric sensors
Potato buds
Buds on spuds
They're vital for good looks
"Electric" sensors
"___ of Laura Mars"
Goats make them
Bedroom shutters?
They may be behind glasses
Targets of Moe's two-fingered poke
Potato bumps
Potato features
Wolves make them
Needle openings
Peacock tail features
"For Your ___ Only" (1981 James Bond movie)
Surveys
Centers, of sorts
Frosty's coals
Gives a gander
Needle parts
Tearing things?
What the starts of 18-, 27-, 43- and 57-Across all have
They may be on the game
They may be painful if black
They may be probing or private
Where to find contacts
They often have glasses in front of them
They may have contacts
Bedroom shutters?
Argus's 100
Storm centers
"The ___ of strangers / Are cold as snowdrops": Philip Larkin
Baby blues
The Eagles' "Lyin' __"
Takes a gander at
Sizes up
Orbs
Looks closely
Loser's weepers
Many on a potato or two on a noodle
Where to find contacts
View finders?
They often have glasses in front of them
They may have contacts
Bedroom shutters?
Argus's 100
They are protected by lids
Checks out
Peacock feather features
Sight seers
They fill some holes in your head
Private __ (detectives)
They fit in sockets
View finders
LASIK subjects
Baby blues
Balls with lids
Blinkers
Views
They're vital for good looks
They have pupils
Checks out
Sightseers?
Blinkers
Sight seers
Snake __ (craps roll)
Potato spots
Peepers
Needle features
A sot has glazed ones
Baby blues
Some are private
They may be brown or blue
Views
They're vital for good looks
They have pupils
Facial features
Keep your __ on (watch)
Spots
Looks at
Looks over
Scrutinizes
Sight seers
Ogles
Needle holes
They may be black or private
"Bette Davis ___"
They're on stalks, on snails
They have pupils
These can be peeled or poked
Buds on spuds
Spots
Surveys
They can be rolled or crossed
"Mona Lisa" features that "follow" the viewer
They can be crossed
Real lookers
Ophthalmologist's study
Sense organs
Lay ___ on (see)
They're kept under lids, especially at night
"The __ of Laura Mars"
Ice cream treat
Optometry concern
Cavefish's functionless parts
Watchful pair
Choice meat cuts
Calm center areas of hurricanes
Argus's hundred
Checks out
Some are behind glasses
Looks over
Seeing things?
__ only
Viewers
View finders?
They're all on the game
See 63 Across
Snake ___ (two, in craps)
Spuds' buds
They have their views
Watches
Examines closely
Storm centers
Takes a gander at
Viewers
Potato features
Opinion, as of the law
Good lookers?
Spud buds
Specs cover them
Hurricanes' centers
"Keep your ___ peeled"
Viewers
Potato features
Opinion, as of the law
Good lookers?
Checks out
"Windows of the soul"
Spud buds
Seeing things
"The windows to the soul"
Gives a look-see
Potato features
They are behind glasses
Patch places
Seeing things
Oculist's study
Hit song "Bette Davis _____"
They stay the same size throughout a human's life
Orbs
Baby blues, e.g.
Pores over
Seeing things
Spots on spuds
"When Irish __ are smiling..."
Seers?
Watches uncertainly
Scanners
Spud's buds
Peepers
Irises' sites
Watches suspiciously
Potato features
Ogles
Nuclei
Goo-goo ___
Scans
Watches uncertainly
They may be black, green, blue or private
Potato pocks
Observes
Them tune, "Mystic ___"
Looks at
"His ___ how they twinkled! . . ."
Baby blues
Some are electric
Focus group?
They're crossable
Where you'll find aqueous humor
Dubya's are blue
Regards
Potato protrusions
Spots
They may be bloodshot
Thread takers
Windows to the soul
Spud buds
Needle apertures
Spud buds
Someone may look deep into yours
View finders?
They may be given 40 lashes
They may be blue in the face
Snake ___ (60-Down)
Places for patches
Bette Davis feature
Gives the once-over
Mr. Potato Head pieces
Ogles
"My _____ Adored You"
"___ Wide Shut"
Spud features
Potato spots
"Windows of the soul"
Watches
Orbs
Lookers
Head set
"For Your ___ Only"
View finders
Peer group
"Windows of the soul"
"___ Wide Shut": Kubrick's last
Art appreciation duo?
Hurricanes' hearts
Appraises
"___ Wide Shut"
Peacock markings
"__ Wide Shut"
Easy on the ___ (attractive)
Looks at
"For Your -- Only"
Threading targets
Ogles
Gives a look-see
Spuds' buds
Potato features
The ____ of Laura Mars
Watchers
The "windows of the soul"
Peacock-feather features
Seeing things?
Peacock feather adornments
Elton John's "Blue ___"
Potato parts
The Eagles' "Lyin' ___"
Optometrist's concern
Watches carefully
They fit in sockets
They're kept under lids at night
Swiss cheese holes
"___ only"
Choice beef cuts
"___right!"
Observes
Spud features
Peelers remove this
Old Blue ____
Notices
They may get 40 lashes
What rakes make
A dollar bill has four
Potato buds
This puzzle's punning theme
"Bette Davis ___"
Spud buds
Vision
Banjo ___ (Cantor sobriquet)
Windows of the soul
Some are beady
"Ebony ___," 1961 song
Watches
"___ of Laura Mars," 1978 film
"___ of Laura Mars"
Head set?
Hooks' partners
Poet's "windows of the soul"
"I Only Have ___ for You," 1934 song
Some are private
"The ___ of Texas . . . "
Beholders have them
"When Irish ___ Are Smiling"
The night's thousand
Sometimes they're private
Windows to the soul
"Bette Davis ___," 1981 hit song
Ol' Blue ___ (Sinatra)
" . . . only with thine ___"
Contemplates
Sizes up visually
Features in a Texas song
Easy on the ___
Argus features
Ophthalmologist's concern
"Windows of the soul"
Sizes up
Features of Laura Mars
Gives the once-over
Cyclone centers
"The ___ of Laura Mars"
"Ol' Blue ___"
"Hungry ___," Twitty hit
Bette Davis features in a pop song
Watchers in a Texas song
"When Irish ___ . . . "
Human feature
"When Irish ___ are . . . "
"Stars in My ___," 1936 song
A sight for sore ___
Piñero's "Short ___"
See 20 Across
Ben Turpin's crossed features
Ocelli
Has a look
"Mine ___ have seen . . . "
Argus had 100
"Dancing with Tears in My ___"
Eagles' assets
Argus's specialty
In Texas, they're "upon you"
See 49 Across
Make ___ at (flirt)
Evil and electric
Spots
Has a peek
Buds
Mona Lisa's strong points
Hurricane areas
Black and blue
"The night has a thousand ___"
Facial features
Bull's-___
Flirts
Snake ___
Hurricane areas.
Where the make-up goes.
Facial feature.
Potato buds.
Views.
Watches closely.
Looks at.
Storm centers.
Orbs.
Optics.
Needle parts.
Open or shut items.
Watches.
"The night has a thousand ___ . . . "
Observes.
Argus' specialty.
___ right, or left.
Specialty of Argus.
Part of the face.
Items in the back of one's head?
Hooks' partners.
"Mine ___ have seen the glory . . . "
Target centers.
Facial features.
Camera lenses.
"Brown ___."
Argus' special feature.
Hawseholes.
Examines.
Recipients of much make-up nowadays.
Cheese holes.
Expressive features.
Loops for hooks.
Argus had a hundred.
Hurricane centers.
Holes in Swiss cheese.
Potato parts.
Loops of metal or thread.
Scrutinizes.
Potato spots.
Argus had 100.
Irises.
Notices.
Parts of the face.
"The ___ of Texas."
Features of Connie and Diane.
Observers.
___ right!
Watches narrowly.
Regards.
Cantor's dominating feature.
Parts of potatoes.
The holes in Swiss cheese.
Reconnaissance scouts.
Facial double feature.
Expressive parts of the physiognomy.
Potatoes have them.
Round spots on peacock feathers.
Second word of "The Battle Hymn of the Republic."
"Smoke Gets in Your ___."
Night has 1,000.
Holes in cheese.
Looks over.
They may get 40 lashes
They're all in your head
Examines closely
"The sky is the daily bread of the ___" (Emerson)
Seeing things?
Stereotypical movers in some paintings
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