eagle-eyed eagle-eyed

Definition(s):

  • (adj) capable of seeing to a great distance

Usage(s):

  1. As eagle-eyed reporters have made quite clear, the prevailing trend among sun-loving women these days is to use both pieces of their bikini.
  2. One is eagle-eyed Sophomore Eddie Prokop, a spectacular passer who, like Sinkwich, was lured from Ohio.
  3. Gabriel Winant, an eagle-eyed blogger at Salon, lays out the pattern.

News

  1. NSA Leaker Shows Vulnerability to ‘Holders of the Keys’

    In the vast, secretive world of U.S. intelligence -- a realm of clandestine agents, voracious supercomputers and eagle-eyed satellites -- the IT guy was the weakest link.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bloomberg

  2. FIFA 14 Trailer Launched: Everything You Need to Know About the New Features

    FIFA 14 draws ever closer. Although EA Canada is yet to confirm an official release date , the publisher recently released a gameplay trailer showcasing the title's new features. Before I rabbit on, take a look at the video below. Not so eagle-eyed watchers will spot Gareth Bale curling a ball off the crossbar, Mario Balotelli scoring a wondrous shot from the outside of his boot and Marco Reus ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report

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