with (one's) eyes closed

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with (one's) eyes closed

With very little or no difficulty; in a relaxed, carefree, or effortless manner. It took me a little while to get used to this job, but now I could do it with my eyes closed! You should ask Johnny for help—he does this level of math with his eyes closed.
See also: closed, eye

with (one's) eyes closed

Unaware of the risks involved.
See also: closed, eye
References in classic literature ?
She sat perfectly still for nearly five minutes, with her eyes closed.
Tink works at Pearce Bros Auto Rentals in Bristol, where her duties include entertaining customers when she feels like it, snoozing, napping, sleeping, mulling things over with her eyes closed and resting.
The female fan can be seen lying on the 'Baby' singer's bare chest with her eyes closed as Justin's animated likeness looks on with wide-eyed excitement.
In effect Miss Pierre was driving with her eyes closed, she may have been looking away or fiddling with the car.
Kylie said that seeing her sister on the gurney with her eyes closed was shocking, but the next morning, getting ready for school without her there was hard.
There are several images in which figures face Arbus's camera with their eyes closed, including Woman on the street with her eyes closed, N.
He reveals: "Hermione Norris (who plays Karen) was in make-up with her eyes closed.
Only after the Bishop had finished the distribution of Holy Communion and resumed his position in front of Julia, still with her eyes closed, her hands joined in prayer and her mouth open, did I become aware that the Bishop was close by.
The patterned jacket, shorts and hat proved that the troubled pop tart, 25, is still getting dressed in the dark with her eyes closed.
Afterward, Arbus took to New York with her 35 mm Nikon SLR looking for the impromptu and the offbeat - ``Woman on the street with parcels,'' ``Woman on the street with her eyes closed,'' ``Female impersonators in mirrors'' and more.
A wall drawing, Ice Skater, 2001, features a woman skating with her eyes closed in the middle of a barren plateau.
The forms trace the effort to express thoughts and feelings as they occur during the act of painting; Pijoan completed parts of one work with her eyes closed.