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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwide-eyedˌwide-ˈeyed adjective, adverb written  1 SURPRISEDwith your eyes wide open, especially because you are surprised or frightened He stood there wide-eyed at the appalling scene.2 BELIEVEEXPERIENCEDtoo willing to believe, accept, or admire things because you do not have much experience of life syn naive
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wide-eyedRalph lay awake in the dark, wide-eyed.a wide-eyed idealistwide-eyed wonder
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