eye (n.) 1
sight, view, presence
AC II.ii.212 [Enobarbus to Agrippa, of Cleopatra] Her gentlewomen ... tended her i'th' eyes
AC III.ix.2 [Antony to Enobarbus] Set we our squadrons on yond side o'th' hill / In eye of Caesar's battle
H8 I.i.30 [Norfolk to Buckingham, of the two kings] him in eye / Still him in praise
KL IV.iv.8 [Cordelia to soldiers, of Lear] bring him to our eye
Mac III.i.124 [Macbeth to Murderers, of killing Banquo] Masking the business from the common eye
MV I.i.137 [Antonio to Bassanio, of the latter's intention] if it stand ... / Within the eye of honour
Tem II.i.128 [Sebastian to Alonso, of Alonso's daughter in Tunis] Where she, at least, is banished from your eye
TG I.iii.32 [Panthino to Antonio, of Proteus at the Emperor's court] There shall he ... be in eye of every exercise / Worthy his youth
TN II.ii.15 [Malvolio to Viola as Cesario, of Olivia's ring] there it lies in your eye