Definitions for eagle-eyed

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ea′gle eye`(n.)

  1. unusually sharp visual powers; keen ability to watch or observe.

  2. a person who has sharp vision or maintains a keen watchfulness.

  3. alert watchfulness.

Origin of eagle eye:

1595–1605

ea′gle-eyed`(adj.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. eagle-eyed, keen-sighted, farseeing, longsighted(adj)

    capable of seeing to a great distance

Wiktionary

  1. eagle-eyed(Adjective)

    Having great visual acuity, especially the ability to see at a distance.

  2. eagle-eyed(Adjective)

    describing someone who is perceptive.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Eagle-eyed(adj)

    sharp-sighted as an eagle

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