Definition of all-eyed in English:

all-eyed

adjective

  • That sees everything; that is always vigilant or watchful.

    Frequently, especially in early use, as an epithet of Argus, a primordial giant in Greek mythology, after his typical Greek epithet.

Pronunciation

all-eyed

/ˈɔːlˌʌɪd/ /ˌɔːlˈʌɪd/

Origin

Late 16th century. From all + eye + -ed, after ancient Greek πανόπτης all-seeing.