To that end, you must be as bright-eyed and bushy-tailed as possible.
bright-eyed and hopeful, she had become a national celebrity in her home country, even appearing on a TV variety show.
Weaving through the jungle of wailing ambulances on 1st Avenue was a bright-eyed young dad, light-blue bassinet in tow.
When asked if he minds that so many of the bright-eyed disciples still celebrate him for a video he did a year ago, Knight demurs.
Posing for a picture with 49 bright-eyed students from India, mathematics teacher (turned chaperone) Mr. Uniyal looks stressed.
I thought that maybe my talk would weary her, but she listened with a bright-eyed regard, nodding her head eagerly at times.
On it, when it raised—flushed, bright-eyed and smiling—was the glory of youth.
The brown lads in reindeer parkas were bright-eyed and amiable.
Walter was the eldest child, a graceful, active, bright-eyed boy.
They were the same rosy-cheeked, bright-eyed, deceitful, shameless creatures who had persuaded me into such folly at the fair.