from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Eliciting wonder or astonishment: an eye-popping display of fireworks.
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- adj. Visually astonishing, stunning, incredible.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. amazingly impressive; suggestive of the flashing of lightning
The Holy Ghost teaches us, he says, and “when you are praying in tongues you are speaking about this ‘eye-popping destiny’ that He has for you.”
In the United States, well-endowed pinup girls, including Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe, donned eye-popping bikinis for photo shoots.
The accompanying statistics boasted that it achieves the equivalent of 93 miles per gallon, which is pretty eye-popping.
Mr. Doonan admitted he was "bewildered" that he hadn't been contacted as we sat in the elegantly eye-popping Greenwich Village apartment he shares with his partner, home-furnishing designer and potter Jonathan Adler , and their Norwich terrier Liberace.
But look at the eye-popping variation in yields among funds that focus on Treasury inflation-protected securities, or TIPS, the U.S. obligations that rise in value as the consumer-price index goes up.
Whatever eye-popping gimmickry succeeded with the theatrical release, it was lost on me in my living room.
“From 1985 to 2006, EITC payments grew from $2.1 billion to $44.4 billion, or by an eye-popping 2,014 percent,” Rubenstein said.
They wear eye-popping orange windbreakers and orange-and-white-striped uniforms, better to locate them should they get lost on the way back to their housing units.
David David will be selling T-shirts, badges and pinwheels adorned with his eye-popping geometric patterns, plus customising prints specially created for the fair.
The Republicans-as-civil-rights-champions argument, by the way, will be familiar to anyone who remembers North Carolina Congresswoman Virginia Foxx's eye-popping 2009 assertion that Republicans, not Democrats, passed civil rights legislation in the 60's.
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