At present, the Bisara is safe on an ekka-pony's neck, inside the blue bead-necklace that keeps off the evil-eye.
Or if you didn't kill him, you'd cast the evil-eye on him, for you are well known to have the evil-eye.
Dread of the evil-eye is as prevalent with the Jews as with the other races in Turkey.
These flints were often sewed into the dresses of children to protect them from the evil-eye.
I reined in sharply, when I saw this person, and he looked at me like the evil-eye, through his great owlish orbs.
They also string a bean to hang around the necks of their babies, believing that it will act as a charm against the evil-eye.
Somebody must have looked on the povera signora with the evil-eye, Signor Dottore.
He had give one hop and a flutter and got across, where he sat, silent for once in his life and giving us the evil-eye.
Folk fell to repeating Dumas' "evil-eye" words, and to applying them to discrowned old Ludwig.
Now, had I believed in the voodoo craft, or in the power of an evil-eye, I should also have feared.
(Prov. 23:6), figuratively, the envious or covetous. (Comp. Deut. 15:9; Matt. 20:15.)