dewy-eyed

[doo-ee-ahyd, dyoo-]
adjective
romantically naive or credulous; sentimental, innocent, and trusting: dewy-eyed, aspiring young actresses.

Origin:
1935–40

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dewy-eyed
 
adj
naive, innocent, or trusting, esp in a romantic or childlike way

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It's written as if by a dewy-eyed fan-and it totally and outrageously screws the players.
To be sure, this morose and willfully dewy-eyed tale has a fair amount of visual savvy.
They seem quite deeply felt, if occasionally dewy-eyed.
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