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eye·ball / ˈīˌbôl/ • n. the round part of the eye of a vertebrate, within the eyelids and socket. • v. [tr.] inf. look or stare at closely: we eyeballed one another. PHRASES: eyeball to eyeball face to face with someone, esp. in an aggressive way: he wheeled around to confront John eyeball to eyeball. up to the (or one's) eyeballs inf. used to emphasize the extreme degree of an undesirable situation or condition: he's up to his eyeballs in debt.

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eyeball

eyeball (I-bawl) n. the body of the eye, which is roughly spherical, is bounded by the sclera, and lies in the orbit. Its movements are controlled by three pairs of extrinsic eye muscles.

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eyeball

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