1. having only the right eye
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  • The pressure to look bright-eyed, if not bushy tailed, saw blepharoplasty eyelid surgery becoming the second-most popular surgery for men and women combined, up 6.3% to 5,779. Cosmetic treatments up as Britons turn to surgeon's knife
  • A cocktail of drugs kept her slim, awake and bright-eyed for filming, and then helped her sleep at night.
  • There were girls in various states of undress, glassy-eyed with drink or bright-eyed from illegal substances.
  • A bright-eyed and smiling torch-bearer, she leads the only private, non-profit organisation devoted to on-site conservation of monuments and sites worldwide.
  • Thin and tired, she seemed to have little in common with the bright-eyed young go-getter.
  • I need to get some sleep so I can wake up bright-eyed and ready to face another day of my wonderful life.
  • For many, the relationship between work and identity comes to the foreground when they have kids and are asked by their bright-eyed progeny, "What do you do at work? Aaron Hurst: Mommy & Daddy Do It Pro Bono
  • The head of the thing was not that of a locust but a different, bright-eyed presence not human or animal but chitinous, alien, fanged, stony and sleek in aspect. Abomination at the Shilkie
  • A trio of lamb, chicken and vegetable samosas were, the rather tokenistic salad aside, great value at £3.75, all bursting with flavoursome ground meat and bright-eyed vegetables, all breezily seasoned with fresh herbs and spices. Lancaster's 10 best budget restaurants, pubs and cafes
  • Standing in the doorway, Georgia was fascinated as the bright-eyed woman held up a jack-in-the-pulpit plant in order to let the students examine the unusual shapes and subtle shades of its interior. Portrait of An Artist
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