roll your eyes

roll your eyes
roll your eyes phrase
to move your eyes upwards or round in a circle, usually to show that you are annoyed or impatient

When he asked the same question again I saw her roll her eyes.

Thesaurus: to make a particular facial expressionhyponym
Main entry: roll

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