eye-catcher

noun
eye-catch·er | \ˈī-ˌka-chər, -ˌke-\

Definition of eye-catcher 

: something that arrests the eye

Other Words from eye-catcher

eye-catching \ˈī-ˌka-chiŋ, -ˌke- \ adjective
eye-catchingly \ˈī-ˌka-chiŋ-lē, -ˌke- \ adverb

First Known Use of eye-catcher

1787, in the meaning defined above

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