- a glance, especially an amorous one; an ogle
Etymology: French Åillade.
- 1605: I know your lady does not love her husband. / I am sure of that, and at her late being here / She gave strange oeillades and most speaking looks / To noble Edmond. " William Shakespeare, King Lear IV.iv
- 1984: "My, my," she said, with an meant to be comic. " Anthony Burgess, Enderby's Dark Lady
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