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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpop-eyedˌpop-ˈeyed adjective informal  1 SURPRISEDhaving your eyes wide open, because you are surprised, excited, or angry2 having eyes that stick out slightly
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pop-eyedNutty had a glimpse of the bus-driver, pop-eyed, standing on his brakes.Thirty-two, tall, rubber-lipped, pop-eyed, very smart but no culture so just wised-up: that's Witney.
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