Having sharp, bright eyes; keen-sighted.(adjective)
Mentally acute or perceptive.(adjective)
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Use "clear-eyed" in a sentence
"Carter was consulting daily with the best military minds and some clear-eyed realists, with no shortage of hawks in his circle of advisers."
"And "The Major and the Minor," with Rogers's clear-eyed schemer masquerading as a child to save money."
"But Ken Khachigian, a Republican strategist who wrote speeches for Reagan, said conservatives "need to be clear-eyed about Reagan" and how he sought to implement the principles he espoused."