eagle-eyed

[ ee-guh l-ahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF eagle-eyed
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Every one is eagle-eyed to see another's faults and his deformity.

The pioneers or their escort were subjected to the most eagle-eyed vigilance.

Out of a pathetic blindness of attitude he must see, eagle-eyed.

No lounging now; the young man sat arrow-straight and eagle-eyed.

It's next to impossible to take you in, you eagle-eyed Indian!

The old Indian fighter had that strange sense of proportion, that eagle-eyed view of life that the desert sometimes breeds.

He was a magnificent man, of middle age, with the noblest type of the eagle-eyed, aquiline desert beauty.

An eagle-eyed child at the steering wheel gazed pityingly at his agonized elders.

She chills under the surveillance and parsimony of an eagle-eyed, meddlesome husband.

She chills under the surveillance and parsimony of an eagle-eyed, detective, lawyer-like husband.

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