Definition of eyeful
1 : a full or completely satisfying view
2 : one that is visually attractive; especially : a strikingly beautiful woman
Examples of eyeful in a Sentence
The view of the mountains is an eyeful.
they watched their teenage daughter, once something of an ugly duckling, blossom into quite an eyeful
Recent Examples of eyeful from the Web
TEMPE, Ariz. Shoppers at an Arizona Walmart got an eyeful Tuesday when a naked man was seen walking around the store.
Come at the city by boat, off the deep blue of the Gulf Stream and into the robin’s-egg and violet waters of the port, and a spell – part intrigue, part eyeful – is spontaneously cast.
Visitors to Faubourg Marigny and the French Quarter on Saturday (June 10) got an eyeful when a convoy of scantily clad cyclists pedaled past.
My first and impression upon getting an eyeful of The Wave at Emerald Glen Park and its two signature slides: Oh, hell no.
Aside from the music, the concerts present an eyeful for their audience, with images of various scenic locations from all over Ireland projected on large high-definition screens.
The Nest rooftop bar, with its 120-foot deck, delivers another eyeful of the bay and the Olympic Mountains.
Who has not received an unwelcome, embarrassing eyeful when a fellow passenger — in a short skirt, an untucked shirt or baggy jeans — reached into the overhead bin to store a bag?
Angkor-rivalling eyefuls of Borobudur and its surrounding forests, hills and volcanoes fill almost every window and veranda.
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First Known Use of eyeful
EYEFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eyeful for English Language Learners
: something that is very surprising, attractive, etc., to look at
: an attractive person : a beautiful woman
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