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beadyadjective

 us   /ˈbid·i/
(of ​eyes) ​small and ​shiny, esp. like a bird’s ​eyes: Her beady ​eyesstared from behind ​thickglasses.
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beadyadjective

uk   us   /ˈbiː.di/ disapproving
(of ​eyes) ​small and ​bright, ​especially like a bird's ​eyes: His beady little eyes were ​fixed on the ​money I ​held out. She's always got her beady ​eyes on what I'm doing (= she ​watches me ​closely).
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