eye-opener

[ ahy-oh-puh-ner ]SEE DEFINITION OF eye-opener

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EYE-OPENER

And that meeting was in the nature of an eye-opener to Tresler.

The old girl must be protected from that sort of eye-opener, if I've to forswear my soul.

This campaign is of course not only an eye-opener to them but also a God-send.

Those four days have been a revelation, an eye-opener, and a series of rude jolts.

I have often thought: If a son could look into a mother's heart, what an eye-opener he would have!

To have it thrust upon them sudden is too much of a eye-opener for them.

It'll be an eye-opener to the enemy to discover us gone when the flames die down.

It would be an eye-opener for a wealthy young sprig like you.

Oh, believe me, my dear, there is no eye-opener in the world like love.

The next morning his head ached and he rang up an eye-opener or two.

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