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eyeline

Line breaks: eye|line
Pronunciation: /ˈʌɪlʌɪn
 
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Definition of eyeline in English:

noun

A person’s line of sight: I asked Helena to stand in my eyeline
More example sentences
  • In the meantime I accidentally leave publicity material for various local computer firms in the direct eyeline of the Treasurer, while stirring up the technophobia within the ranks of our co-op's membership.
  • What that required was for Paul to have a relationship with them, otherwise they'd be looking out for their trainer and throwing their eyeline in the wrong direction.
  • He said: ‘We did not receive these leaflets despite Holcombe facing directly across the valley from this site, at the same eyeline, where we will experience the full visual impact.’

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