It was the evil-eyed man who had spied upon Queen Zelaya, as she had worshipped the pearl necklace in the van the evening before.
The mother was old and small and withered, and they said evil-eyed.
The world pitied him sincerely, and hated Laura Arden for being the evil-eyed cause of all his misfortunes.
But to be evil-eyed, is not that worse than to have no eyes?
For reply, the evil-eyed steersman spat at him the vilest name known to man.
In western India all witches and wizards are said to be evil-eyed.
Then he smeared his mouth with the back of his hand and stood there evil-eyed and growling.
Balor, the evil-eyed, he slays with a sling-stone, and his death decided the day against the Fomorians.
The Ruby King had a huge, gross face, thick-lipped and evil-eyed.
But the next morning an evil-eyed black cat sat on our steps and, hour after hour, no Robin Hood appeared.
(Prov. 23:6), figuratively, the envious or covetous. (Comp. Deut. 15:9; Matt. 20:15.)