open-eyed

[ oh-puh n-ahyd ]SEE DEFINITION OF open-eyed
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It stood for a week or two longer, open-eyed, as if astonished at its own emptiness.

His amazement now was so open-mouthed as well as open-eyed that she could not help smiling.

Even our open-eyed Jewish idealist has been blest with ignorance of the actual.

Lucy crouched and suffered, open-eyed but without any consciousness.

He had to toss about open-eyed all night and get up weary, weary.

This should be a support, wise and open-eyed, born of appreciation and intelligence.

He stared about him, open-eyed and open-mouthed with amazement.

"Love should be open-eyed and wise," say the modern engaged couple.

The child stared at Uncle Remus with open-eyed astonishment.

Not so the sterling Letitia, who lay staring, open-eyed, at the ceiling.

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