Shots of a bleary-eyed William leaving a London club at the weekend in today's Daily Mail.
So bleary-eyed was Ruth by the time she got to work that her bosses let her go after only three months.
The party scene grew and grew, and many a morning session was attended by bleary-eyed veterans of all-night binges.
In the downstairs exhibit hall, attendees of all ages slumped on the white sofas like bleary-eyed rag dolls.
And he was quite aware, and never more so, of his bleary-eyed, forbidding appearance.
He was bleary-eyed and sticky-faced, as if he had slept too hard but not long enough.
Some of the men, bleary-eyed with sleep, gathered in the cabin, and their comments were illuminating.
The Medic was bleary-eyed and inclined to stagger when they freed him.
"The others come in around nine," the clerk said, yawning, bleary-eyed.
I found him first, a little withered, dried-up old fellow, wrinkled-faced and bleary-eyed and tottery.