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eyes right

noun, Military.
(at ceremonies) the command to turn the head and eyes to the right in salute. Unabridged
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  • Some of these blades spying a couple of bold damsels, cried “eyes right!”

    At Plattsburg

    Allen French
  • But I have seen him with my own eyes right up at the top of a high church-tower!

    The Master Builder Henrik Ibsen
  • So keep your minds right on the job and your eyes right on the ball.

    The Turner Twins Ralph Henry Barbour
  • It will help me get her eyes right, so you can remember her better.

    The Other Fellow F. Hopkinson Smith
  • We're going to give the wobbly hall 'eyes right' on the way back.

    The Centralia Conspiracy Ralph Chaplin
  • Only for an instant had she been aware of formality, of the "eyes right" atmosphere—when she had entered the room.

    December Love Robert Hichens
  • Sometimes he would turn his eyes right over, to see if he could not find the answer written somewhere inside his head.

    John Bull, Junior Max O'Rell
  • The order "eyes right" gave us a good view of him, and very small, fit, and alert he looked.

    In the Ranks of the C.I.V. Erskine Childers
  • It's small trouble your eyes right or your left, shoulders forward, will give me.

British Dictionary definitions for eyes right

eyes right

(military) a command to troops to look right, esp as a salute when marching
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