eye-catcher

NOUN
  1. a striking person or thing that attracts attention
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How To Use eye-catcher In A Sentence

  • Three hours in the rain is all it took to transform this uninspiring, barren plot into a pleasing eye-catcher. The Sun
  • The champion had to pull out all the stops in the quarter final coming through 21-20 against one of the day's eye-catchers, John Newton of Bolton.
  • The huge showy double and semi-double flowers are real eye-catchers - many of them grow to more than three inches across.
  • The huge showy double and semi-double flowers are real eye-catchers - many of them grow to more than three inches across.
  • It grows to a height of five to six feet and is an eye-catcher in the garden.
  • One is coming up for auction which is a real eye-catcher. The Sun
  • The Market Square was also an attractive site and the newly renovated hotel and Black's Coffee shop just opposite were real eye-catchers.
  • Blending imaginative colour and functional elements, new bathing costumes and bikinis are spectacular eye-catchers.
  • But he was such an eye-catcher. He had dark brown hair that would reflect blond in direct light, with these dark green eyes.
  • Why not go into the garden today and see where you could introduce some eye-catchers of your own?
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