bird's-eye bird's-eye


  • (adj) as from an altitude or distance


  1. TV Best Bets for Wednesday

    For five weeks, this series has offered spectacular, bird's-eye visions above six continents. Now, a final hour shows how it was accomplished.
    on October 9, 2013     Source: Mansfield News Journal

  2. Desert heat and then some

    While serving in the Army in 1955, Bob Mitchell got a bird's-eye view of a government test of an atomic bomb in the Nevada desert. The 80-year-old Niles man is one of a group of soldiers who crouched
    on October 7, 2013     Source: The Herald-Palladium

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subordinate subordinate
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