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bloodshot

(of an eye) inflamed
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Summary: Buckingham Palace has remained tight-lipped over the Queen's bloodshot eye at a polo match in Windsor on Sunday.
The defender, who has played for Ireland at Under-19 level, reportedly had bloodshot eyes and smelled of alcohol.
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.
Even harder to peg is the Scotland Yard Gospel Choir's CD And the Horse You Rode In On on Bloodshot.
Her eyes were permanently bloodshot and she developed a beer belly.
He had a flushed face and bloodshot, watery eyes, his speech was slurred, and he had a strong smell of alcohol on his breath, the report said.
When I woke up this morning, I looked at myself in the mirror and saw my hair all wiry and frazzled up, my skin was all wrinkled and pasty, my eyes were bloodshot and bugging out, and I had this corpse-like look on my face
Breathing the air, we are one with it,/with the rotting fish, the hungry flies,/the dying earth and the bloodshot skies.