Brewer's: Bull's Eye
A small cloud suddenly appearing, seemingly in violent motion, and growing out of itself. It soon covers the entire vault of heaven, producing a tumult of wind and rain. (1 Kings xviii. 44.) Bull's Eye. The inner disc of a target.
“A little way from the centre there is a spot where the shots are thickly gathered; some few have hit the bull's-eye.” —Fiske: Excursions, etc., chap. vi. p. 178.