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bloodshot

(of an eye) inflamed
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"Isn't it bully?" asked the prize-fighter, smiling on us each in turn, with his black and bloodshot eyes and his bloated lip.
"Yes, sir!" said Maguire, fixing me with his bloodshot orbs.
Her dull eyes were red and bloodshot. Traces of tears (as I fancied) were visible on her fat, shapeless cheeks.
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:
Akala mo tulog ako pero pagbaba ko, super bloodshot 'yung mata mo," Heart said.
does not usually have physical manifestations, but a teen that has constantly bloodshot eyes can provide a clue to what he or she is up to.
The worst thing about waking up with red, bloodshot eyes isn't the fact that they instantly make you look sick and/or hungover.
Arron Scholes, 19, left Robert Kemper, 21 with bloodshot eyes and bruises to his face when he hit him at the Granby Arms pub, in Uppermill, near Oldham, Gtr Manchester, last year.
It adds that "initial symptoms, which usually appear 10ndash12 days after infection, include high fever, a runny nose, bloodshot eyes, and tiny white spots on the inside of the mouth.
Similarly, injuries including bloodshot, black eyes were also found.
The rising number of cases prompted Health Secretary Francisco Duque III to advise people to quickly consult doctors and seek treatment if they have any of these symptoms of leptospirosis-high fever, muscle pain, bloodshot eyes, chills, severe headaches, vomiting and jaundice.