The man is of a fine American type, sinewy, resolute, hawk-eyed.
An' at that the most hawk-eyed in the outfit can't make it look like nothin'.
Active as he was, Laurie was not the first to leap at the hawk-eyed one.
And that man, that hawk-eyed man—” she shuddered, “must have recognized me.
I saw him darting around like a hawk-eyed reporter this morning.
Who but that little baby-faced, hawk-eyed cuss 'at got off here yesterday!
Bouchard, hawk-eyed, stern, was standing by the street door.
Pedro was dull, honorable, and frank; Juan was hawk-eyed and double-faced.
How could he sit before the hawk-eyed man whom he was about to meet without in some way betraying his secret?
The hawk-eyed Dick noted him, and that his bridle was bound to those of the knights who rode upon his either side.