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Wall-eyed, glaring-eyed, fierce-eyed: “w. wrath or staring rage,” John IV, 3, 49. “say, w. slave,” Tit. V, 1, 44 (As for the origin of the expression, Nares observes: Whally, applied to eyes, means discoloured, or, what are now called wall-eyes; from whaule, or whall, the disease of the eyes called glaucoma).
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