- n. Plural form of eyeshade.
“The angry man of the green eyeshades is Curt MacDougall, a seventy-three-year-old, six-foot-one scourge of the "communicologists.”
“There are devices which can help to stimulate you to have Lucid Dreams such as eyeshades and sleep masks which activate a LED when rapid eye movements are detected.”
“Like the credit-rating firms whose triple-A seals of approval often turned out to be signs of impending doom, accounting firms appear to have analyzed many companies not with green eyeshades but through rose-colored glasses.”
“When Mitt Romney releases his tax returns, as he is expected to do on Tuesday, thousands of green eyeshades will pour over every line.”
“Works well on an aeroplane instead of those odd looking eyeshades.”
“Commercial banking has been seen as a sleepy world of bankers with green eyeshades, pouring over financial statements, even as Jimmy Stewart, playing George Bailey in Frank Capra's 1946 movie It's a Wonderful Life, portrayed the iconic Main Street banker, who made America work.”
“Then she lay on the couch with headphones and listened to music with eyeshades over her eyes.”
“In the Tea Party fantasy world everyday Americans are oppressed by bureaucrats with eyeshades who go to work on the Washington Metro.”
“The president listened to critics who said Americans cared less about green jobs than green eyeshades (as accountants were once known) cutting government spending, as if the incoherent Republicans — do they want deficit reduction or tax cuts? — had already won the argument.”
“Mr. Allison's remit was to don the green eyeshades.”
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