from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having wide-open, innocent-appearing eyes: doe-eyed children gazing at the shelves of candy.
- adj. Credulous and unsophisticated; naive: "Many doe-eyed investors go bankrupt within a year, sometimes by expanding too fast, sometimes because of pure ignorance” ( Scott Baldauf).
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- adj. With the eyes wide open, so as to appear childishly innocent.
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