You're temp'rance I know; but sposen as how you treat me and old Squire Tappit there to some red eye.
The red eye of the morning peered aghast over the shoulder of the Pike.
The red eye of her port-light glared banefully across the water.
There, the red eye of the African sun glared with merciless fervor.
A minute passed, and the red eye of the bear rested upon the boy.
Rachael sat staring at the stove's red eye, thinking, thinking, thinking.
At just that moment the red eye of the revolving light over on Dry Tortugas, some miles away, swung around toward them.
The cock is a jet-black bird with a green bill and a red eye.
He lay but opened a red eye unsleeping, deep and slowly breathing, slumberous but awake.
He slept in Stella's presence, uneasily, with half a red eye upon her; but he slept.
"airplane flight which deprives travelers of sleep," 1968, from the red eyes of sleeplessness; earlier as a noun meaning "raw and inferior whiskey" (1819, American English).