bright-eyed[ brahyt-ahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF bright-eyed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BRIGHT-EYED
She turned her head, and, laughing and bright-eyed, looked him full in the face.
Then she turned to her husband a bright-eyed glance: "You don't mind—our coming?"
"You want other people to understand," said Lydia, bright-eyed, now she was following him.
Anne, bright-eyed and anxious, came in upon him and brought him to his feet.
On it, when it raised—flushed, bright-eyed and smiling—was the glory of youth.
Walter was the eldest child, a graceful, active, bright-eyed boy.
Diana put her head on one side, like a small, bright-eyed bird.
He was fair and slim and bright-eyed and had a great look of Mytyl.
In the hall, she encountered Willa's maid, a bright-eyed, hard-featured Frenchwoman.
There were many babies and they were all bright-eyed and rugged looking.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BRIGHT-EYED
- all right
- full of life
- in fine feather
- in fine fettle
- in good shape
- in the pink
- physically fit
- safe and sound