Examples of eye candy in a Sentence
A lot of the material on their Web site is just eye candy.
a fashionable portrait painter in his day, he is now regarded as a minor purveyor of eye candy
Recent Examples of eye candy from the Web
How this old field weed turned into a garden gem More: Native asters add color, toughness to your fall garden But in the eye candy department, what sets this one apart is the fruit.
My first stop was Mercedes, which presents a captivating walk through the birth of the automobile with the kind of historical sheet-metal eye candy that will wow an automotive fanatic.
Sanderson adds that all new images in the Getty’s Open Content program will be added to the growing list, too, so stay tuned for even more eye candy.
An early one during a Lunar New Year celebration is suspense-inducing eye candy
At the bell: PLEIN Front row eye candy: Plein: Fifth Harmony was spotted giving an interview pre-show.
Set in the former office of an old local newspaper with natural light streaking the shop’s time worn floors and calming gray walls, the space is absolute eye candy for today’s design lover.
Space is full of eye candy: exploding stars, nebulas of every shape and size, bizarre alien worlds.
Art here matches the scenery for eye candy; don’t miss the giant graffiti mural by Brooklyn collective FAILE, or Jennifer Murphy’s Bird, a huge collage of pages from nature magazines.
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First Known Use of eye candy
EYE CANDY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eye candy for English Language Learners
: someone or something that is attractive but is not serious or interesting
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