red-eyed

red-eyed

adj
having bloodshot eyes, esp due to crying or tiredness
Translations

red-eyed

[ˈredˈaɪd] ADJcon los ojos enrojecidos

red-eyed

[ˌrɛdˈaɪd] adjcon gli occhi rossi or arrossati

red-eyed

a. de ojos enrojecidos; con los ojos inyectados.
References in classic literature ?
At his feet, sat a white-coated, red-eyed dog; who occupied himself, alternately, in winking at his master with both eyes at the same time; and in licking a large, fresh cut on one side of his mouth, which appeared to be the result of some recent conflict.
Now, you red-eyed devil," he said, when he had made an opening sufficient for the passage of Buck's body.
And Buck was truly a red-eyed devil, as he drew himself together for the spring, hair bristling, mouth foaming, a mad glitter in his blood-shot eyes.
Let us sing about the great, the red-eyed Rikki-tikki
But where is the drinker of elephant's blood--the red-eyed thorn?
Must thou and I kill each other for yonder red-eyed slayer?
High-speed video captured how the offspring of red-eyed tree frogs prematurely break free from their eggs when in danger, Helen Thompson reported in "Under threat, tadpoles make early escape" (SN: 8/6/16, p.
Red-eyed labeos are most likely to be confused with the leaden labeo, L.
I was a little red-eyed too after driving to Cornwall and missing the alder flycatcher.
Delving deeply into the details of birds ranging from the Killdeer (Charadrius vociferus), the Red-Eyed Vireo (Vireo olivaceus), and the Mourning Dove (Zenaida macoura), to the Turkey Vulture (Cathartes aura), the Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias), and forty-five others, Fifty Common Birds Of The Upper Midwest provides readers with a remarkable coverage of the birds routinely observed in the multistate area.
Everest and the red-eyed yeti, a legendary ape-like creature thought to be guardian of the Himalayas.
We watch as the perpetually red-eyed Theron and her co-workers suffer indignity after indignity.