Eagle-eyed in a sentence

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Definition of Eagle-eyed

  • Sharp-sighted as an eagle.

How to use eagle-eyed in a sentence. Eagle-eyed pronunciation.

She saw a bronzed, strong-jawed, eagle-eyed man, stalwart, superb of height, and, like the cowboys, belted, booted, spurred.
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Next I thought of the gray, eagle-eyed old soldier, with his ruined tower and barren acres, and saw before me his proud, prejudiced, chivalrous boyhood, gliding through the ruins or poring over the mouldy pedigree.
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In times of peace, the waters are clear, so that if the smallest Jack (villain) but makes his appearance, eagle-eyed justice, with her iron talons, is down upon him in a moment.
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The reason why such fresh specimens appear under these circumstances, and in the cavities of the rocks named, is conclusively that indicated by the prophet Isaiah, in the text quoted by us; and when Professor Agassiz was forced to admit that trout must have made their appearance in the fresh-water streams emptying into Lake Superior, instead of originating elsewhere, it is to be regretted, for the sake of science, that he did not boldly enunciate the formula of life as taught by the eagle-eyed prophet of the Bible, and not as proclaimed by the owl-eyed professors of the London University College.
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She is eagle-eyed, and soars into the bright empyrean-does not dive into quagmires and the slime of creation after truth.
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About this time the Medicine man, a tall, angular, eagle-eyed Havasu, appeared on the scene, examining the to-hol-woh critically.
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The leech, still seated by the patient's side, Held his thin wrist, and watched him, eagle-eyed.
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Examples of Eagle-eyed

Example #1
And there was something hard as iron in his face that quivered with his words.
Example #2
She was so amazed at the change in him that she could not believe her eyes.
Example #3
And this son, so disowned,-for what dark offence?
Example #4
Looking over the past, I could see, year after year, how she had stolen more and more into my father's heart of hearts; how what had been kindness had grown into love; how custom and habit, and the countless links in the sweet charities of home, had supplied that sympathy with the genial man which had been missed at first by the lonely scholar.
Example #5
But let war but stir up the mud of confusion, and straightway the eyes of justice are blinded - thieves turn out in shoals: and devils, like hungry fishing-hawks, are seen by the eye of faith, hovering over the wretched fry, screaming for their prey.
Example #6
The devil," said George Whitefield, "is fond of fishing in muddy waters" - hence it is, I suppose, that that grand demagogue has always been so fond of war - that sunshine and basking time of rogues, which calls them out, thick as May-day sun calls out the rattle-snakes from their stony crannies.