having large, innocent-looking, dark eyes.
naive; too ready to believe. Unabridged
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More funky than flashy, a phalanx of doe-eyed fashion dolls are jostling for attention on toy shelves this season.
Yet the chief suspect in the minds of many ornithologists is that picture of doe-eyed innocence-the deer.
It seems pretty doe-eyed naive to rail against agents pursuing clients.
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