Ey

Part of speech: verb

To look at fixedly; scrutinize.

Part of speech: noun

The organ of vision; sight.

Part of speech: noun

Anything that resembles the organ of sight, as in shape, place, or office; as, the eye of a needle.

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Usage examples "ey":

  1. Come now, Janey, cheer up. - "Jane Lends A Hand", Shirley Watkins.
  2. " She can't go home," said her older sister Janey, " mamma's cookin' for company!" - "Jimmy, Lucy, and All", Sophie May.
  3. During the greater part of the day, however, Scarthey justifies its name- Skard- or Scarth- ey, the Knoll Island in the language of the old Scandinavian masters of the land. - "The Light of Scarthey", Egerton Castle.