Bleary-eyed sentence example

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  • On the bright side, Lindsay Lohan now has a better excuse for showing up late for shoots and all those bleary-eyed photos than she partied too hard the night before.
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  • He answered the door looking rather bleary-eyed in a green tracksuit.
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  • The Professor returned to the theme first thing next morning, when the students emerged bleary-eyed from their tents.
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  • Next day and still slightly bleary eyed it was time to start the conference proper.
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  • It is as if Grandma is on acid, staring bleary-eyed at her mantle piece clock full of knick-knacks.
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  • bleary-eyed parents have resorted to midnight car journeys in the hope of getting some sleep.
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  • A few months ago, sick of being a bleary-eyed Tube creature, I transformed into one of London's commuter cyclists.
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  • So at 7.30am when Anna came down the rest of us were somewhat bleary eyed!
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  • Her daily debate about drinking blood made her pace in front of Damian's room until he wrenched the door open and stared at her, bleary-eyed and bare-chested.
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  • It was four somewhat shaken paddlers who emerged bleary eyed from the tents the next morning.
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  • bleary-eyed state on a dark morning, half-asleep.
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  • She had just checked in two hours ago, bleary eyed from the four hour drive en route to her next concert in Seattle.
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  • The slightly bleary-eyed Guidelines session contained a good deal of interesting material.
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