Definition of bug-eyed in English:

bug-eyed

Syllabification: bug-eyed

adjective& adverb

With bulging eyes: [as adjective]: bug-eyed monsters [as adverb]: he stared bug-eyed at John
More example sentences
  • Mars has inspired the human imagination for more than a century, generating a parade of little green men and bug-eyed monsters first sparked by the belief that the planet was criss-crossed with alien-made canals.
  • Kevin isn't a bug-eyed alien, though he does a fair impression.
  • Which one do you want, the spaniel with the crown or the bug-eyed chihuahua?

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