eye-catching

ADJECTIVE
  1. seizing the attention
    eye-catching posters
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How To Use eye-catching In A Sentence

  • His rapid rise through the ranks after an eye-catching performance in the April trials was a rare highlight in a troubled season.
  • An eye-catching floral tribute to England rugby star Jonny Wilkinson helped Doncaster to shine in this year's Yorkshire in Bloom competition.
  • The costumes had an eye-catching vibrancy and textural richness.
  • Their garden includes an impressive display of petunias, orange marigolds and lilies, and hundreds of eye-catching colours are on display.
  • For the landowners, an eye-catching stadium would offer an attractive catalyst for the wider development of the area.
  • The designs are unlike traditional Indian art forms and are eye-catching, bold and dramatic.
  • Four youngsters will be helping to clean up the town with their eye-catching anti-litter posters.
  • Not for him the eye-catching drama of a dreadful miss and mistimed tackle to be redeemed by brilliance. Times, Sunday Times
  • His season on the pitch has not been too eye-catching but his selfless act in donating the receipts of his testimonial game to children's charities is one of the greatest things a Premiership footballer had done this season.
  • Due to its cliffs and ruggedness, it is very hard for visitors to climb Sanqing Mountain on foot, but the most eye-catching scenery only can be appreciated from on top of the mountain.
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