She calls her new post “a red-eye job, given our time difference and the predilection for crisis.”
And, I appreciate the reciprocation of warm nuts and having a decent five hours sleep when I take a red-eye.
It was inevitable that red-eye should win in the struggle against the two of us.
Give us a sermon, parson, and you shall have a pint of red-eye!'
Then no more came from the swamp, and red-eye was not among us.
It was a vireo's nest; but it was too large, too downy, too yellow for red-eye.
Thus she might have got a breathing spell, but red-eye was fiendish.
Similar to the red-eye but greener above and more yellowish on the sides.
red-eye stood up erect and began beating his hairy chest with his fist.
The red-eye's eloquence was never very persuasive to my ear.
"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).