Big-eyed



adjective
Contemporary Examples

Frank Underwood Will Not Tolerate Insubordination in This Olive Garden Kelly Williams Brown February 23, 2014

Historical Examples

Over Paradise Ridge Maria Thompson Daviess
Dixie Martin Grace May North
The Voice of the City O. Henry
Mavis of Green Hill Faith Baldwin
Memoirs of an American Prima Donna Clara Louise Kellogg
Nan Sherwood at Lakeview Hall Annie Roe Carr
Buff: A Collie and other dog-stories Albert Payson Terhune
Over Paradise Ridge Maria Thompson Daviess
Si Klegg, Book 6 (of 6) John McElroy

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