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bull's-eye • n. (also bulls·eye) 1. the center of a target in sports such as archery, shooting, and darts. ∎  a shot that hits such a target center. ∎ fig. used to refer to something that achieves exactly the intended effect: the silence told him he'd scored a bull's-eye. 2. a large, round, hard peppermint-flavored candy.

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bulls-eye

bull's-eye. See œil-de-bœuf.

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