Definition of 'wide-eyed'
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When do they lose this wide-eyed innocence? Times, Sunday Times (2008)The tone of wide-eyed innocence is either refreshing or deeply cynical. The Sun (2014)The government is all wide-eyed innocence when asked about this. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Do wide-eyed young men still exist? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Both have long blonde hair, pouting lips and the look of wide-eyed innocence. The Sun (2008)Yet United are hardly wide-eyed innocents. The Sun (2012)
Trends of 'wide-eyed'
Used Rarely. wide-eyed is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'wide-eyed'
British English: wide-eyed ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as wide-eyed, you mean that they are inexperienced and innocent, and may be easily impressed.
This generation has lost a lot of its wide-eyed innocence.
Definition of wide-eyed from the Collins English Dictionary
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