Definition of Almond-eyed
1. Adjective. Having almond-shaped eyes.
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Literary usage of Almond-eyed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Overland Monthly by Bret Harte (1874)
"Two of the almond - eyed daughters of the aforesaid "Central Flowery Kingdom," were engaged in frantic battle with one Señora la gorda — literally ..."
2. Early American Painters: Illustrated by Examples in the Collection of the by John Hill Morgan, New-York Historical Society (1920)
"As none of these portraits were signed, critics during the last ten. years have attributed them to an unknown painter referred to as "The Almond-Eyed ..."
3. A History of the Sepoy War in India, 1857-1858 by John William Kaye (1870)
"kahs — " almond-eyed Tartars," as I asked. ' I said,' was the answer, Major Reid has ... the regiment was going wherever tans — " almond-eyed Tartars," as ..."
4. The Shadow-show by James Herbert Curle (1920)
"Among the wives of Cetewayo were women who must have scaled their 300 Ibs. The almond-eyed women of Asia, judged by our standards, are not beautiful. ..."
5. A Wanderer's Trail: Being a Faithful Record of Travel in Many Lands by Arthur Loton Ridger (1914)
"Another few months pass and his almond-eyed "boy" one morning blandly remarks: "Master have makee give away his one ..."
6. All the Year Round by Charles Dickens (1882)
"... don't care to walk, and the almond-eyed family nearly fill one of these vehicles, while the interstices are filled up by Uncle Jock and Mrs. Gillies. ..."
7. The Works of A. Conan Doyle by Arthur Conan Doyle (1902)
"Above were bull-headed, stork-headed, cat-headed, owl-headed statues, with viper-crowned, almond-eyed ..."