keen-eyed keen-eyed


  • (adj) having keen eyesight


  1. But keen-eyed children quickly spotted the orange Reese's Pieces wrapper, and the rush to the candy counter was on.
  2. Streets is a keen-eyed, elegantly acted noir drama of heartbreak in alleys and darkened movie houses.
  3. But a few keen-eyed watchers detected a familiar figure in one of the smaller boxes in the horseshoe in the front of the gallery.



  • Armitage added: "It is so concentrated and keen-eyed and patient. The poems have a beauty and a craft to the writing and it's hard to imagine how he kept it up over 64 pages."
    on Jan 18, 2010 By: Simon Armitage Source: The Guardian

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