open-eyed

[oh-puhn-ahyd]
adjective
1.
having the eyes open.
2.
having the eyes wide open, as in wonder.
3.
watchful; observant; alert.
4.
deliberate; conscious; knowing: an open-eyed commission of a crime.

Origin:
1595–1605

open-eyedly [oh-puhn-ahy-id-lee, -ahyd-] , adverb
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open-eyed
 
adj
1.  with the eyes wide open, as in amazement
2.  watchful; alert

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Example sentences
The policeman was bewildered, and stared at him open-eyed.
Soon, three or four of the younger cousins were engaged in the conversation, listening with open-eyed wonder to their stories.
Parties of them rode about in surface cars in open-eyed wonder at the tall buildings.
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