eyelid lifts, which brighten the face and require little downtime, are his most popular surgeries.
We could find Waldo anywhere while tripping—like beneath a fingernail or inside our eyelid.
The $16 plastic frame appears to push up into the eyelid cover to separate it from the lid.
Close enough to see the tiny scar on his eyelid that looks like a birthmark.
In a country where corruption is so endemic it is said to be part of the constitution, I never once batted an eyelid.
Something cold touched him lightly on the eyelid, a tiny pattering sounded from the seats, and then swish, down came the rain.
The illusion had occurred in just the proper place for an eyelid.
The eyelashes, too, must be washed in along the eyelid, and then a few hairs marked out with the point of the brush.
He dropped it back into the holster and in a wink of an eyelid it was back in his hand.
Aquilar's voice was not one to pass unnoticed when he spoke in anger, but Courtland did not even lift an eyelid toward him.
eyelid eye·lid or eye-lid (ī'lĭd')
Either of two folds of skin and muscle that can be closed over the exposed portion of the eyeball. Also called palpebra.