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noun

Slang. someone or something that is visually attractive or pleasing but is usually considered to lack worth or merit.

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Origin of eye candy

First recorded in 1980–85
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eye candy

noun informal

a person who is or people considered highly attractive to look at, often implying that they are but lacking in intelligence or depth
something intended to be attractive to the eye without being demanding or contributing anything essential
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