- n. an eye-catching person or thing
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. An object or person that seizes the attention.
- n. a striking person or thing that attracts attention
“It ` s a absolute eye-catcher in our German book stores.”
“The combination of these two items is a real eye-catcher.”
“Which makes me wonder if Hudson herself is supposed to be a draw, or if the filmmakers just wanted us to see a sparkly set and costume and her song was an eye-catcher?”
“That's an eye-catcher for all the wrong reasons," he says.”
“Not only is it an eye-catcher but it has the rare ability to thrive in dry shade, the toughest garden condition.”
“It's certainly an eye-catcher, but a friendly, cartoon-like creation that borrows both from local timber building traditions, and I couldn't help thinking from Peppa Pig.”
“With their floats obviously designed to be an eye-catcher, time and money invested has well been compensated.”
“The funny thing is, as low-key as that design pretends to be, it's got to have been a real eye-catcher.”
“CARROLL: Out on the street, it's definitely an eye-catcher.”
“He's also an eye-catcher: artist Julian Schnabel approached the red-maned, porcelain-skinned Willocks at breakfast in New York a few years back and pleaded with him to sit for a portrait.”
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