bleary-eyed

[bleer-ee-ahyd]
adjective
1.
having bleary eyes.
2.
dull of perception; shortsighted.
Also, blear-eyed.


Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English

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bleary-eyed or blear-eyed
 
adj
1.  with eyes blurred, as with old age or after waking
2.  physically or mentally unperceptive
 
blear-eyed or blear-eyed
 
adj

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Example sentences
They let you snap sharp photos of your pals at the pub no matter how bleary-eyed you're feeling.
Bleary-eyed police officers who had been in position since before sunrise wielded cups of coffee.
At last: a lodging truly geared to bleary-eyed travelers en route to still another destination.
Finding a tank and looking through all the fish to find the correct tag leaves you bleary-eyed and tired.
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