Thesaurus / eagle-eyed
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But the eagle-eyed watcher watched until his eyes narrowed and became pin-points, and he ceased to be a man and became an optic.
IRISH FAIRY TALESJAMES STEPHENS
And eagle-eyed wisdom alone cannot take the lead of human action, which in its nature must for ever remain short-sighted.
The law—the eagle-eyed law itself—had been deceived, and had handed over disputed thousands to a madman's hands.
THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS
Not one of the peaceful Pimas she had been accustomed to seeing, but a cruel-mouthed, eagle-eyed Apache.
THE LITTLE COLONEL IN ARIZONAANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
He was a stalwart, warm-hearted, eagle-eyed veteran, who had been a sailor nearly fifty years—a sailor from early boyhood.
ROUGHING ITMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
As a matter of self-defence, Northern men were watched with unremitting and eagle-eyed vigilance.
The road through the open plain lay full in view and range of eagle-eyed enemy snipers.
THE GREATER LOVEGEORGE T. MCCARTHY
Might confound her and put her on the run if she knew that a shrewd, eagle-eyed man of the world had penetrated her mask.
THE HAUNTED PAJAMASFRANCIS PERRY ELLIOTT
She is eagle-eyed, and soars into the bright empyrean--does not dive into quagmires and the slime of creation after truth.
The old Indian fighter had that strange sense of proportion, that eagle-eyed view of life that the desert sometimes breeds.
STILL JIMHONOR WILLSIE MORROW

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.