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eyeful

noun eye·ful \ˈī-ˌfl\

: something that is very surprising, attractive, etc., to look at

: an attractive person : a beautiful woman

Full Definition of EYEFUL

1
:  a full or completely satisfying view
2
:  one that is visually attractive; especially :  a strikingly beautiful woman

Examples of EYEFUL

  1. The view of the mountains is an eyeful.
  2. <they watched their teenage daughter, once something of an ugly duckling, blossom into quite an eyeful>

First Known Use of EYEFUL

circa 1864

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