[ UK /ˈa‍ɪfə‍l/ ]
  1. a strikingly beautiful woman
    she was a statuesque redheaded eyeful
  2. a full view; a good look
    they wanted to see violence and they got an eyeful
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How To Use eyeful In A Sentence

  • Limerick shoppers will get an eyeful next Friday when an animal rights group holds a ‘naked’ demonstration against Duffy's Circus.
  • Even the standard bulb-shaped balloons are an eyeful in their polychromatic splendour, shown to best effect at the ‘night glows,’ when the balloons are lit up inside like Chinese lanterns to the strains of classical music.
  • Deputy Chief Magistrate Mark Wellington got an eyeful yesterday, when a prisoner, who claimed to be hearing voices, dropped his pants and proceeded to strip in the court.
  • I spun around, and saw him leaning against the main office door, hands in pockets, giving me a knowing eyeful.
  • She is shocked when she walks into her father's bedroom and gets a real eyeful! The Sun
  • One woman in Vicar Lane had already snapped the flimsy strap on her vest top, and laughed as her breast fell out to give a gang of cheering lads an eyeful.
  • The bottle cap popped off and he got an eyeful of beer.
  • Luca Schieppati's velocipedal epicycloid stationary bike is a mouthful and an eyeful Core77
  • A satisfyingly gruesome eyeful that gets you asking why you can't avert your gaze. Times, Sunday Times
  • He'll want more than a cup of tea when he gets an eyeful of our pictures. The Sun
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