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View synonyms for eye-catching

eye-catching

adjective

  1. tending to attract attention; striking


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Derived Forms

  • ˈeye-ˌcatcher, noun
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Example Sentences

Backup dancers materialize, sparking a torrent of eye-catching choreography.

This offers a kind draw to the Americans: Belgium, while eye-catching and talented, is also youthful and inexperienced.

Bright beautiful colors, stripes, prints and knits were repeatedly mixed up to form eye-catching patterned looks.

If not for its political angles, the Lei exposé is hardly the most eye-catching of Chinese sex scandals.

The last category is colored an appropriately eye-catching red.

"You shall not," I whispered, my eye catching sight of a gold louis between his fingers.

She arose from her restful position, her eye catching his with a shamefaced expression of having given way at last.

They poured more funds into eye-catching exhibits at “trade fairs” from Copenhagen to Bangkok.

He was as tall as Hugo; but Hugo, with his lordly good looks and beautiful clothes, was certainly a much more eye-catching figure.

“A remarkable hat, that,” nodded Mrs. Lot, her eye catching sight of a Virot creation at the top of the page.

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