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
True to his word, there were a lot of plastic fantastic fluorescent looks — eye candy for social media — that should also attract pop stars like moths to a flame.
However, not all of Milan's work isn't all eye candy.
While the visuals are unexpectedly sparing with the usual majestic landscape shots, the production values are sumptuous, with Edie Kurzer's costumes in particular providing constant eye candy.
The tester’s optional 20-inch alloy wheels added to the eye candy.
With 183 pieces tumbling about inside each box, the Mustang is geared for seven-to-14-year-old builders and would be perfect eye candy for a windowsill, desk, or nightstand.
Inside, more eye candy, the lobby's novel objects and design touches mingling luxury with whimsy.
The black guys are almost always sidekicks or marginalized; the black women exist only as eye candy or love interests for white guys; and the costumes are so bad, most CW heroes look like a flash mob of cosplayers.
Although the film's lush visuals are certainly a sight to behold, this optic eye candy serves a boring narrative with some pretty terrible acting and a robotic script.
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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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