catch someone’s eye


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In addition to the idioms beginning with eye

  • eye for an eye, an
  • eye opener, an
  • eyes are bigger than one’s stomach, one’s
  • eyes in the back of one’s head, have
  • eyes open, with
  • eye to eye
  • eye to the main chance, have an
  • eye to, with an

also see:

  • all eyes
  • apple of one’s eye
  • believe one’s ears (eyes)
  • bird’s-eye view
  • black eye
  • bright-eyed and bushy-tailed
  • catch someone’s eye
  • close one’s eyes
  • cry one’s eyes out
  • eagle eye
  • easy on the eyes
  • evil eye
  • feast one’s eyes on
  • give someone the once-over (eye)
  • green-eyed monster
  • have an eye for
  • have one’s eye on
  • hit between the eyes
  • hit the bull’s-eye
  • in a pig’s eye
  • in one’s mind’s eye
  • in the eye of the wind
  • in the public eye
  • in the twinkling of an eye
  • keep an eye on
  • keep an eye out
  • keep a weather eye
  • keep one’s eye on the ball
  • keep one’s eyes open
  • lay eyes on
  • look someone in the face (eye)
  • make eyes at
  • more than meets the eye
  • my eye
  • naked eye
  • one eye on
  • open one’s eyes
  • out of the corner of one’s eye

private eyepull the wool over someone’s eyesrun one’s eyes oversee eye to eyesee with half an eyesight for sore eyesstars in one’s eyesthrow dust in someone’s eyesturn a blind eyeup to one’s ears (eyes)with an eye towith one’s eyes openwithout batting an eye.

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