Definitions

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  • adjective informal Overnight: said of airplane flights.
  • noun informal An overnight airplane flight.
  • noun The rudd.
  • noun The redfish
  • noun US, dialect The goggle-eye, or fresh-water rock bass.

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Examples

  • I took a cab to the airport and arranged to fly what they called the red-eye from Los Angeles to Boston.

    Unfinished Symphony

  • I took a cab to the airport and arranged to fly what they called the red-eye from Los Angeles to Boston.

    Unfinished Symphony

  • Pork chops, green beans, red potatoes, and something called red-eye gravy that she makes out of coffee and pork fat.

    Take Me There

  • Pork chops, green beans, red potatoes, and something called red-eye gravy that she makes out of coffee and pork fat.

    Take Me There

  • Pork chops, green beans, red potatoes, and something called red-eye gravy that she makes out of coffee and pork fat.

    Take Me There

  • Pork chops, green beans, red potatoes, and something called red-eye gravy that she makes out of coffee and pork fat.

    Take Me There

  • 1:32: You can edit photos to remove red-eye, which is cool, but we want no red-eye from the start!

  • And then there was the woman who hummed for five hours on a red-eye from Seattle to Boston.

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  • And then there was the woman who hummed for five hours on a red-eye from Seattle to Boston.

    Peter Mandel: Top Secret Tips For Keeping Seatmates Away

  • Virgin America uses 12 different color schemes, reflecting light outside the plane—darker colors at night, brighter during the day, and transitions to awaken passengers on red-eye flights.

    An Airier Airplane Takes Off

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