Definition of clear-eyed in English:


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1Having unclouded, bright eyes: a handsome, clear-eyed young man
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  • She is a clear-eyed, athletic woman in her forties and one of the few certified tree-climbing teachers in the country.
  • He was a good-looking kid, six-two or six-three, clear-eyed, with an easy smile.
1.1Having a shrewd understanding and no illusions: he was clear-eyed about the film industry
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  • It's a more clear-eyed assessment of the realities of the situation there.
  • You have to make a clear-eyed assessment of the disaster's impact on your business over the next year.
  • A committed writer since the mid-1960s, she has been equally clear-eyed about the publishing world, a world that has only recently brought her the full measure of respect long accorded her by serious readers.

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