beady beady  /ˈbi di/


  1. (adj) small and round and shiny like a shiny bead or button
  2. (adj) covered with beads or jewels or sequins


  1. A fat Parson's chameleon lies lazily on a branch, beady eyes scanning for dinner.
  2. I've heard another term for pesco-pollo-vegetarians: beady-eyed vegetarians.
  3. In short, it is pretentious in a blustering all-American way, and through its angst one catches the glint of a beady little eye.


  1. Black Sabbath hit No. 1 in UK

    Ozzy Osbourne and his Black Sabbath bandmates are back at the top of the U.K. albums chart for the first time in nearly 43 years. The heavy rockers' long-awaited comeback project, "13," beats Beady Eye's "BE" to take the coveted title, with just 13,000 copies between them.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

  2. Oasis Spin Off Beady Eye Go Soph

    Liam Gallagher's Oasis spin off Beady Eye released their second album this week
    on June 15, 2013     Source: antiMUSIC

  3. Beady Eye's Abbey Road Performance Streaming Online

    Beady Eye performed an exclusive set for Absolute Radio at the famed Abbey Road Studios on June 3, and the group are sharing video of the event online
    on June 15, 2013     Source: antiMUSIC


  1. "I don't have a bald head and those beady eyes, so he's a little better at it than I am," Wickenheiser said with a laugh Wednesday at the women's world hockey championship.
    on Apr 4, 2007 By: Hayley Wickenheiser Source:

  2. "I gave my usual hard-hitting and emotional speech," Caldicott wrote in a 1997 memoir. "At the end, a retired Superior Court judge . . . named Jack Tenner got up and fixed the audience with a beady eye. Dark, short, stocky and intense, he...
    on Oct 19, 2008 By: Helen Caldicott Source: Los Angeles Times

  3. "There wasn'ta person for miles around," Scott told the magazine, "except a beady little man with binoculars trying to spot bottoms, and he spotted one."
    on Oct 3, 2007 By: James Scott Source: The News Herald

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