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Synonyms for open-eyed

Synonyms for open-eyed

carefully observant or attentive

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Nancy had no sooner completed her duty in the figure they were dancing than she said to Godfrey, with a deep blush, that she must go and sit down till Priscilla could come to her; for the sisters had already exchanged a short whisper and an open-eyed glance full of meaning.
The first dawn found him open-eyed, in that same posture.
At his feet a man went sliding over, open-eyed, on his back, straining with uplifted arms for nothing: and another came bounding like a detached stone with his head between his legs and his hands clenched.
Weller took a chair, and Sam took a box, and the umpires took what they could get, and looked at the almanac and one or two papers which were wafered against the wall, with as much open-eyed reverence as if they had been the finest efforts of the old masters.
The policeman was bewildered, and stared at him open-eyed.
Men who look at women with a normal, open-eyed gaze are perceived to be more sincere and better partners.
The issue here is that Dubaians need to be more open-eyed to these issues.
Stephanie, 30, set up her one-stop equality shop Open-Eyed.
If the imagery of Goya and, less impressively, Victorian fairy painters like John Anster Fitzgerald looms large in the relatively transparent Ideas of Solution, 2005, with its discernible trio of menacing sprites scampering around the head of a recumbent but open-eyed figure, it manifests a malevolence now stripped of moral underpinning.
you'll drown, open-eyed, in the light you'll drink,
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.