"You have scored a bullseye," cried Cairns, when he had read Desmond's report, and had glanced at the sketches.
The lantern was a bullseye, and as soon as Ned turned the flashing glare on the surrounding darkness the mystery was solved.
It was a bullseye, and he so trained it that the yellow glare shone on the sawdust heap.
My crew were aiming like sharpshooters and both torpedos went to their bullseye.
The bullseye was the silhouette, life size, of a man lying prone and firing at me.
The stained glass was made from my own drawings, and I personally set the bullseye lens in its appointed place.
Granny Tunks with commendable forethought had brought out a bullseye lantern, which she must have stolen from some policeman.
Dutton, having received five shillings, made no objection to this, provided he got back his bullseye later in the night.
A piece of a bullseye pane of aquamarine glass occurs in the Marlborough finds.
"Duty compels us to test the staple;" the Officer in command decreed; and many mouths gaped round the glow of his bullseye.