Eye + idioms = eyedioms

  1. To have an Eagle Eye is someone that has the ability to see important detail.
  2. To turn a blind eye is to pretend not to see.
  3. “It’s all fun and games ‘til someone loses an eye.” This comes from ancient Rome, as the only rule for their bloody wrestling matches was to have no eye gauging.
  4. Keeping an eye peeled is to keep watch for something.
  5. Having eyes in the back of one’s head is to know what is going on even when one cannot physically see it.



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