The Collaborative International Dictionary
Wall-eye \Wall"-eye`\, n. [See Wall-eyed.]
An eye in which the iris is of a very light gray or whitish color; -- said usually of horses.
Note: Jonson has defined wall-eye to be ``a disease in the crystalline humor of the eye; glaucoma.'' But glaucoma is not a disease of the crystalline humor, nor is wall-eye a disease at all, but merely a natural blemish.
--Tully. In the north of England, as Brockett states, persons are said to be wall-eyed when the white of the eye is very large and distorted, or on one side.
Usage examples of "wall-eye".
Uncannily rapid for all the wall-eye, for all the glasses of rosso coming out of his armpits.
For the Bare Accost, two wall-eyes in a face forced: for the Better Regard, a face favourably simpering, with a fan waving: for the Solemn Address, two lips wagging, and never a wise word: for the Perfect Close, a wring by the hand, with a banquet in a corner.