from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Visually attractive: an eye-catching dress.
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- adj. visually attractive
- adj. That attracts the attention; attention-grabbing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Seizing the attention; .
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. seizing the attention
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My hair was still damp by the time I gave up and began braiding the large pile into something more manageable and less eye-catching.
As we played around with the word, we agreed on the acronym E.N.D—Energy Never Dies—to represent our friendship and our music, and to cause a little bit of an eye-catching stir.
Instead, he put up lights in the shape of an arrow pointing to the neighbor's eye-catching display.
The near nudity, my forty-foot body on the LCD screen, was so eye-catching I wondered if it was a distraction.
These political and international events were more dramatic and eye-catching than technical-sounding reforms to agriculture and foreign investment.
The place was eye-catching and I had to stop to look around briefly.
But Rooney led the fightback, following up his hat-trick in Seattle by levelling in eye-catching fashion before Rafael and Nani ensured United remain on the winning road ahead of the greatest tour tests against an MLS All-Star team containing David Beckham and Thierry Henry in New York on Wednesday and then Champions League winners Barcelona next Saturday in Washington.
Exhibit 2 contains, at least in Coward's translation, an eye-catching phrase, one that's become a catchword for a certain type of literature.
More eye-catching are his boyish good looks, a gift for speechmaking, and inspirational biography and ethnic roots.
The Beat Ya Feet Kings have no shortage of eye-catching moves in their arsenal.