Definition of wild-eyed in English:

wild-eyed

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adjective

(Of a person or animal) having an expression of panic or desperation in their eyes.
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  • The wild-eyed soldier rushed out like an animal released from captivity, and leaned along the railing, starting to laugh with uncontrollable joy.
  • So Simon Streeting and me started to lose at Millionaire, but when Simon Streeting went up to get us another drink, the wild-eyed man caught my eye.
  • It too has the gift of disguise, now appearing as a wild-eyed woman, now as a vacantly smiling man.

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