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bloodshot

(of an eye) inflamed
References in classic literature ?
asked the prize-fighter, smiling on us each in turn, with his black and bloodshot eyes and his bloated lip.
No sooner was he over the threshold than Daddy Mathieu slammed the door after him and, turning towards us, with eyes bloodshot, and frothing at the mouth, he hissed to us, shaking his clenched fist at the door he had just shut on the man he evidently hated:
My four-year-old cocker spaniel has runny, bloodshot eyes and seems laboured in breathing around this time every year.
8) "(Ain't Nothin' but a) Houseparty" from Bloodshot (1973)
She, a woman of indeterminate age, red-faced, unkempt, gru-voiced, approached a passer-by incoherently in that edgy fashion that can degenerate from friendliness to aggression in the blink of a bloodshot eye.
The complaint says the 37-year-old reality show star smelled of alcohol, had bloodshot eyes and was unsteady.
Entrance is free and there is a complimentary welcome bloodshot for everyone, with free selected drinks for women.
The driver's breath reeked of alcohol, and his eyes were bloodshot and watery.
Summary: Buckingham Palace has remained tight-lipped over the Queen's bloodshot eye at a polo match in Windsor on Sunday.
Research published in Ethology finds that people with bloodshot eyes are considered sadder, unhealthier and less attractive than people whose eye whites are untinted, a cue which is uniquely human.
The knifeman was white, around 6ft 1in tall, and of medium to large build, with dark broad eyebrows that met in the middle and brown bloodshot eyes.
Borthwick's eye is still bloodshot but he will play for Saracens in Thursday's Amlin Challenge Cup trip to Toulon.