Definition of Hawkeyed

1. a. Having a keen eye; sharpsighted; discerning.



Definition of Hawkeyed

1. having keen sight [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hawkeyed

hawk moth
hawk moths
hawk nose
hawk noses
hawk owl
hawkbell
hawkbells
hawkbill
hawkbills
hawkbit
hawkbits
hawked
hawker
hawkers
hawkey
hawkeyed (current term)
hawkeyes
hawkeys
hawkfish
hawkfishes
hawkie
hawkies
hawking
hawkings
hawkish
hawkishly
hawkishness
hawkishnesses
hawkit
hawklike

Literary usage of Hawkeyed

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1. H.P. Hall's Observations: Being More Or Less a History of Political Contests by Harlan Page Hall (1904)
"What did the insignificant amount of $50000 of Cuban gold bonds matter to such a high-toned and hawkeyed sentinel of the "escutcheon" as "Wilk. ..."

2. An Analytical Dictionary of the English Language, in which the Words are by David Booth (1836)
"... sharpened their sight by anointing their eyes with the juice of one or other of the plants so named : hawkeyed being expressive of a penetrating sight. ..."

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