noun, plural red·eyes, (especially collectively) red·eye for 1, 2.
Origin of redeye
Origin of red-eye
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Contemporary Examples of redeye
You see, Campbell played a widow Don meets on the redeye back to New York after visiting Megan in Los Angeles.All the Signs That Don Draper Will Die on ‘Mad Men’
April 14, 2014
Historical Examples of redeye
Now it appears to be the redeye, and again the chipping-sparrow.
All too soon the only bird notes are those of the redeye and the pewee.
Of course he doesn't have red eyes, and he is a little smaller than Redeye.
"Redeye believes in singing while he works," said Jenny Wren.
Now there was nothing that Redeye himself could do to help, for he was too small.The Adventures of Prickly Porky
Thornton W. Burgess
- an aeroplane flight leaving late at night or arriving early in the morning
- (as modifier)a red-eye flight
"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).