cross-eyed

[kraws-ahyd, kros-]
adjective
having crossed eyes.

Origin:
1785–95

cross-eyedness, noun
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cross-eyed
 
adj
having one or both eyes turning inwards towards the nose

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Example sentences
Continue to be prey to every half-pint dictator that looks at you cross-eyed.
The pair above is set up for cross-eyed viewing, but there are also parallel
  viewing options on his site.
He was describing the development of the visual system, highlighting
  experiments done on walleyed and cross-eyed kittens.
As seems to be usual for me, the images are too far apart for me to bring
  together cross-eyed.
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