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Definition of "quick-eyed" []

  • Having acute sight; of keen and ready perception.

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "quick-eyed" in a sentence
  • "His little song of love, fraught with keenness of anxiety, came to the ears of a man and woman lounging in deck-chairs under the awning; and it was the quick-eyed woman who first saw the golden head of Jerry and cried out what she saw."
  • "That the word of God be not blasphemed - The enemies of the Gospel are quick-eyed to spy out imperfections in its professors; and, if they find women professing Christianity living an irregular life, they will not fail to decry the Christian doctrine on this account: Behold your boasted religion! it professes to reform all things, and its very professors are no better than others!"
  • "As he did so, being quick-eyed, he saw Ismail drive an elbow home into Darya Khan's ribs, an caught a quick interchange of whispers."
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