with 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
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He has found that as early as a few hours after birth, babies look longer at faces with eyes open than at faces with eyes closed.
With eyes closed and heads bowed, the participants took turns praying out loud for the victims, their families and rescue workers.
The "pro-icon" camp produced them in abundance, for the first time showing Jesus expired with eyes closed and head down.
As the call of "Jama-QuackQuack-Quack" fills the air, they will be led to their freedom one by one until, alas, the last lonely bird, bent over holding its ankles with eyes closed, moves to the rear quacking and is led by the sweet song of jama-quackery to safety.
I learned to give in to five-minute naps when I was pregnant, and I am still amazed at how refreshing it can be to sit with eyes closed and let my mind swim, increasingly disconnected, until I pop up to the surface again.