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Bedroom eyes


seductive-looking eyes or glances which are considered seductive
Word Origin

from bedroom’s relation to seduction
Contemporary Examples

“Oh, I can see that,” he told me evenly with bedroom eyes, pressing his palm against mine.
Anthony Bourdain and Top Chef Have It Wrong: the Boys’ Club Is No Fun Tracie McMillan March 1, 2012

noun phrase

Seductive eyes: I left them holding hands and gazing at each other with bedroom eyes (1940s+)


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