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make eyes (third-person singular simple present makes eyes, present participle making eyes, simple past and past participle made eyes)

  1. (usually with "at") To flirt with (someone) by making obvious glances.
    • 1899, Kate Chopin, The Awakening, page 85:
      She was saucy the next [moment], moving her head up and down, making "eyes" at Robert and making "mouths" at Beaudelet.

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