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- adj. Overnight: said of airplane flights.
- n. An overnight airplane flight.
- n. The rudd.
- n. The redfish
- n. The goggle-eye, or fresh-water rock bass.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I took a cab to the airport and arranged to fly what they called the red-eye from Los Angeles to Boston.
Pork chops, green beans, red potatoes, and something called red-eye gravy that she makes out of coffee and pork fat.
1:32: You can edit photos to remove red-eye, which is cool, but we want no red-eye from the start!
And then there was the woman who hummed for five hours on a red-eye from Seattle to Boston.
Virgin America uses 12 different color schemes, reflecting light outside the plane—darker colors at night, brighter during the day, and transitions to awaken passengers on red-eye flights.
Three months later, I was seated in row twenty-one on the red-eye to New York, waiting for my Vassar adventure to begin.
Within days, Brin, Page, and Drummond were on a red-eye to Washington, D.C., to make a morning meeting with Billington.
And yet in a game of modest quality it was the Bears – who flew in on a Thursday night-Friday morning red-eye – who were able to play at something closer to their usual levels.
We have flown Continental's red-eye into Houston and been in Cancun in the morning.
In May of 1988 I took a red-eye from Houston to London, where I planned to attend several performances before heading south to the Brighton Festival.