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- adj. Having great visual acuity, especially the ability to see at a distance.
- adj. describing someone who is perceptive.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sharp-sighted as an eagle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Sharp-sighted, like an eagle.
- Quick to discern; having acute intellectual vision.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of seeing to a great distance
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He blamed his editors "who should have picked it up", declared it to be the "best question I've had in years", called the eagle-eyed reader up to the stage and gave the boy £20.
During recess she was eagle-eyed, paying particularly close attention to the most vulnerable students.
What's more, eagle-eyed observers had been finding evidence of fraudulent foreclosure activity as far back as 2003 we'll make some more information available on that score shortly.
Each time Ahmadinejad visits the United Nations and fills yet another room full of eagle-eyed reporters, I can't help but feel shame.
Later in the season there's a light-hearted two-parter with R2-D2 and C-3PO eagle-eyed fans will get a kick out of the salute to the Disney theme park attraction Star Tours!
An acerbic yet eagle-eyed reader spotted an error in the original post.
The eagle-eyed have spotted a couple of errors there, which have now been corrected.
That's surely what eagle-eyed viewers were saying to Natalie Swaby, a reporter for Seattle's KING-TV, as she and her crew drove...
That's surely what eagle-eyed viewers were saying to Natalie Swaby, a reporter for Seattle's KING-TV, as she and her crew drove down an icy, snowy, dark street for a live report on dangerous driving conditions in the city last week.
That s surely what eagle-eyed viewers were saying to Natalie Swaby, a reporter for Seattle s KING-TV, as she and her crew drove...