• (British) IPA: /ˈdɛdaɪ/

deadeye (not comparable)

  1. Very accurate in shooting or throwing.
  2. (concerning a stare) Cold; unfriendly.

deadeye (plural deadeyes)

  1. (nautical) A wooden disk having holes through which the lanyard is passed, used for tightening shrouds.
  2. A very accurate marksman.
  3. (uncommon) A penchant for noticing a particular thing, or a person who has such a penchant.

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