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Synonyms for open-eyed

Synonyms for open-eyed

carefully observant or attentive

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The results showed that among women the open-eyed man was seen as far more desirable with 71 percent saying they'd rather marry him.
We'll all be a 911 call sooner or later, but I'd prefer mine to happen in the midst of an open-eyed life experience.
Being contemplative is facing life in a genuinely undefended and open-eyed way.
Cultivated people restrict their lavish spending to necessities" Such Brooks aphorisms are buttressed by his open-eyed reporting on the places and things that attract bobos.
Written by mother and daughter, A Child's Glacier Bay lets the reader see one of America's most unspoiled wilderness regions with the open-eyed fascination of youth and the knowledge and experience of maturity.
But clearly there were some stark dissonances mixed in, for among the drawings was hung a bathroom sink filled with red ink and water, Suicide Room X, 2004, which interrupted our open-eyed dreaming with harsh reality.
Promoting egalitarianism in judgment, the show led visitors to wonder, open-eyed, at curiosities by neglected Italian divisionists (Angelo Morbelli), rebellious Finnish symbolists (Akseli Gallen-Kallela), and the remarkable Jan Toorop, whose Watchers on the Threshold of the Sea, ca.