eagle-eyed


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  • adj

Synonyms for eagle-eyed

capable of seeing to a great distance

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The works, by 18th century Italian master Canaletto, were unearthed by the centre's owner in a country barn but their true value only came to light when an eagle-eyed insurer came to evaluate the contents.
Eagle-eyed Record Sport witnessed the Irishman knock the head off a mascot who danced in front of him before Celtic and Kilmarnock could kick off for the second half on Sunday.
The eagle-eyed team also takes part in information days, events and a range of activities designed to attract involvement of other young people in the area.
The eagle-eyed Manchester United boss was also checking on teenage wing sensation James Milner, whose agent is Fergie's son Jason.
The nightclub boss was standing on a balcony at the club, when he was spotted by eagle-eyed revellers.
Eagle-eyed viewers may notice the words ``Free the Weatherfield one'' written on the wall of the cell.
THREE bogus water board officials who targeted the home of an elderly Rugby man were foiled by an eagle-eyed neighbour.
THERE may have been hundreds of people enjoying the sunshine at Rhych Point in Porthcawl but luckily for one group of children, eagle-eyed Nigel Jones was one of them.
EAGLE-eyed fans of the Harry Potter film have spotted a wizard item on sale in Diagon Alley - a Celtic strip.
AN EAGLE-EYED woman was hailed a heroine last night after breaking into a house to douse a blaze she spotted inside.
The eagle-eyed among you will have noticed that Birmingham Rep's production of The Snowman provided Christmas Day viewing for The Royle Family this festive season.
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An eagle-eyed snack fan found the startling image as he tucked into the tasty treat.
A eagle-eyed reader rang us, giggling: "She's on the No38 bus to Victoria station and she's reading a book - but I've just realised that the picture she's staring at is one of herself, photographed by Rankin.