Words nearby bright-eyed
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Bright-eyed and hopeful, she had become a national celebrity in her home country, even appearing on a TV variety show.
Bright-eyed young couples intertwine gloved hands as they adeptly navigate the crowds.
Posing for a picture with 49 bright-eyed students from India, mathematics teacher (turned chaperone) Mr. Uniyal looks stressed.
In 2009, it was bright-eyed 17-year-old Melanie Oudin who made a jaw-dropping run to the quarterfinals.U.S. Open’s Delicious Week One: Serena and Sloane, Rafa and Roger, and More|Nicholas McCarvel|September 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Thousands of bright-eyed programming and design stars have passed through the storied doors.
They came on a richly dressed lady, who struggled onward, dragging a bright-eyed little boy of four.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
This done she sat down and began to write with bright-eyed but vicious complacency.A First Family of Tasajara|Bret Harte
He was an alert, bright-eyed young chap with a smiling face.The Eye of Dread|Payne Erskine
So the long-legged, bright-eyed boy came and sat by his mother's bed and held her hot hands.The Preacher of Cedar Mountain|Ernest Thompson Seton
On the morning after Wendover Jane woke, bright-eyed and flushed with dreams.The Creators|May Sinclair