from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having keen eyesight.
- adj. Keenly perceptive or observant; alert.
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- adj. Attentive, given to noticing things, aware.
- adj. Having acute vision, having good eyesight.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having keen eyesight
- adj. having very keen vision
- adj. keenly perceptive or alert
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Kolenda, a West Point graduate with the sharp-eyed, comforting manner of a family physician, commanded the 1st Squadron of the 91st Cavalry from May 2007 to July 2008 in northeastern Afghanistan, on the border with Pakistan.
The story gets better — a sharp-eyed Sugar Creek customer was on vacation in Hawaii and saw that the article had been picked up by the newspaper West Hawaii Today!
It's also witty and heartfelt, especially in its sharp-eyed but sympathetic portrayal of Ruth Carson (Linda Gillum), an expatriate of a certain age whose too-placid marriage to an older man (played by David Darlow) has given her a wandering eye.
Other, I am sure, remain in the text, for the sharp-eyed to discover.
One sharp-eyed observer says he had identified at least 13 novels with similar material.
Jonathan Miller, ENO, 1982This Mafiosi Rigoletto became the template for a whole raft of similar updatings, none of which have come close to matching its sharp-eyed detail and sheer dramatic panache.
And another sharp-eyed blogospheric investigator noted that the Web site of the port of Tartous changed the registration of the freighter docking from North Korea to South Korea.
Special thanks also to the sharp-eyed copy editor, Fred Chase.
Mr. Prophet's love of San Francisco is the theme of his new disc, "Temple Beautiful" Yep Roc, his 12th solo album and a witty, sharp-eyed and sentimental tribute to a weird and unquestionably distinctive world-class city.
A sharp-eyed observer noticed in one of his paintings that the cannon balls being used by Confederates were actually Union balls.