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fisheye

or fish eye (for defs 1, 2)

[fish-ahy] /ˈfɪʃˌaɪ/
noun, plural fisheyes.
1.
(in plasterwork) a surface defect having the form of a spot.
2.
an unfriendly or suspicious look.
3.
fisheyes, Slang. tapioca pudding.
Origin of fisheye
fish + eye
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  • Here, Happy, you and Joe help push this trailer in to where fisheye shows you.

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  • "fisheye is linin' up the wagons in the menag," said one of the men.

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  • fisheye is our meat for this play, but don't sell out too quick.

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  • At this juncture fisheye returned and counted down the cash.

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  • You see, fisheye has his money sewed to him and it makes it hard to acquire.

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  • fisheye went back of a neighboring cage to search himself for the needed cash.

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  • "Now you jist cut out yer comedy until I can squint 'em over," said fisheye impatiently.

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  • fisheye was alert to the business up to knowing the full import of the deal.

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  • "Two hundred nothin's," retorted the wary fisheye, who was not to let a fancy price go by without protest.

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