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come-hither eyes:

Or: come-hither-look , seductive eyes ; a flirtatious , provocative look inviting sexual-intercourse ; a look full of sexual innuendo .


(1) Edmund Lowe in Seven Sinners (1936); ' Strappling wench with come-hither eyes .'

(2) Jim Brewster (Bob Hope) about (Betty Grable) in Give Me a Sailor (1938): ' And those eyes! Stop and go signals if ever I saw any .'

(3) Sung by Frenchy (Marlene Dietrich) in Destry Rides Again (1939): ' You've got that look, that look that leaves me weak / You with your eyes-across-the-table technique .'

See Also: amorous glance, bedroom eyes, clap eyes on, clap one's eyes on, come-hither eyes, come-hither look, come-on eye, the, cut out the eye chatter, eye, give a come-hither look, lay eyes on, lay one's eyes on, make bedroom eyes at, make eyes at, mud pies, pink tea, saucers, set eyes on, sexual detrition

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