eyes like a hawk
This page is about the idiom eyes like a hawk
Meaning: If someone has eyes like a hawk, they have very good eyesight and they notice everything.
- One of the president's bodyguards is over sixty, but he's still got eyes like a hawk. Just last year he spotted a guy pulling out a gun fifty yards away, and saved the president's life by pushing him to the ground.
- You need eyes like a hawk to be a line judge at Wimbledon, especially these days when the top tennis players hit the ball so fast.
Origin: Idiomatic simile related to the fact that a hawk is a bird with exceptionally good eyesight.
Which of these people would need eyes like a hawk?
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Contributor: Matt Errey