Verb: 1. To display displeasure or annoyance towards another by moving one's head to the side and looking back towards another out of the corner of one's eye, maximizing the white of the eye; 2. To display displease or annoyance towards another by moving one's head down and looking up towards another out of the top of one's eye, maximizing the white of the eye.
Noun: A look of displeasure or annoyance displayed by maximizing the white of one's eye.
Origin: The term "white-eye" came about from a small black dog who would shoot people the look when she was interupted in her play time or woken too early in the morning. The "white-eye" was supereffective due to her dark color. The whites of her eyes would practically glow in the dark when she was giving me the "White-eye".
When the man bumped into the woman and knocked her purse to the floor, she white-eyed him as she stooped to pick it up.