An' all the time with no more eddication than a wall-eyed, year-ol' steer.
Did you ever see a horse with such a wall-eyed expression as he's got?
And lucky for you I was—or you'd be a wall-eyed mule at this very moment.
So quit goggling and slobbering at me, you wall-eyed, slimy, fat toad.
"Progress shouldn't be fat and wall-eyed," interposed Mr. Pottle.
Take care, Kris, that you don't get wall-eyed during the night.
Ef the leetle mare hed been wall-eyed, or lame, or ennything, he wouldn't hev wanted ter be ranger an' taker-up too.
One of them was wall-eyed; and, on an occasion when I was ill, she essayed Senta.
Huge and lean, wall-eyed and mouthed like a pike, Herr Mayor arrived with happy nonchalance, and seated himself at the table.
That wall-eyed sorrel has waltzed right into the kitchen to buzz the women.
c.1300, wawil-eghed, wolden-eiged, "having very light-colored eyes," also "having parti-colored eyes," from Old Norse vagl-eygr "having speckled eyes," from vagl "speck in the eye." Meaning "having one or both eyes turned out" (and thus showing much white) is first recorded 1580s.
walleyed wall·eyed (wôl'īd')
Having a walleye.
Affected with walleye.
Having large bulging or staring eyes.
Having eyes with distended pupils.
Writing one's name on a wall as a form of personal advertising (1990s+ California street gangs)