He emerged with two fully covered arms, ringed with vines and bloodshot eyes.
He was breathing hard, but there was a satisfied shine in his bloodshot eyes.
His eyes were bloodshot, and he wore a little queue tied with black ribbon.
Young Aby when he drank had no headaches; but his eye was bloodshot, his cheek bloated, and his hand shook.
Pierre looked around him with bloodshot eyes and did not reply.
He bounded into the underwood like a wounded wolf-cub, turning round as it flies to show its tusks and bloodshot eyes.
It bit into our nostrils and eyes, and there was not one of us whose eyes were not bloodshot.
He had regained control over himself, although his features still worked and his eyes were bloodshot.
His bloodshot eyes blinked truculently at his alighted fare.
His face was ghastly, his bloodshot blue eyes were set like jewels.
bloodshot blood·shot (blŭd'shŏt')
Red and inflamed as a result of locally congested blood vessels, as of the eyes.