hawk-eyed hawk-eyed


  • (adj) having very keen vision


  1. Dodge announced that the bureau would subject June accounts to hawk-eyed scrutiny.
  2. Every summer the little town of Bisley, Surrey, has its day in the news when hawk-eyed, steady-handed sharpshooters assemble from all over the world to shoot for the King's prize.
  3. Though he is an inveterate pencil sketcher and a hawk-eyed observer of nature, he uses few models, does all his serious painting at night.
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