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
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  • 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
  • She rose, stretched right in his face to be sure he got an eyeful, then sauntered toward the bathroom, waggling her hips to keep his eyes on her.
  • Noah got an eyeful, but he was too sick to enjoy it.
  • She retrieved a second suitcase and they repeated the procedure, and again Graham got an eyeful as she spread her legs and then leaned forward to hand the case to him.
  • The new green, vivid green , green, green, eyeful green, gentle on people's attention.
  • It may not be art, but visitors to this new museum will certainly get an eyeful.
  • The city was an eyeful with beautiful garden areas, architecture and plenty of sites to see.
  • The tables are a convenient eyeful, documenting poverty, unionization, and ‘demographic variation’ rates across national borders.
  • If you've never seen their stage show, you can still get an eyeful from this album's black-and-white liner photos, which show the duo swooning or flopped like cast-off goth toys.
  • Since Pam is such an eyeful, we decided to take a closer look at the standards she applies in her own life.
  • The $500,000 afterparty, held in a club specially constructed backstage at Wembley just for the night, was a bacchanalian eyeful that featured acrobats swinging overhead and nearly naked dancers gyrating in cages. William and Kate
  • As the lorry went past, I got an eyeful of grit.
  • It was at this venue last year that fans got an awful eyeful in a game against Geelong.
  • Another Sailor got an eyeful of hydraulic fluid while conducting catapult preventive maintenance checks.
  • Onlookers in the course's new 200million grandstand got an eyeful. The Sun
  • But viewers won't get an eyeful. The Sun
  • I did not get a chance to check out his space but was told it is quite an eyeful.
  • The new green, green, green, green eyeful Yes, gentle with our line of sight.
  • Onlookers in the course's new 200million grandstand got an eyeful. The Sun
  • There are few phenomena more scenic than the mountains at sunset, and what better way to get an eyeful than on a highway bike ride out to Cochrane or Bragg Creek?
  • With her face-framing blonde hair, tight blue jeans and salmon-pink top, she is quite an eyeful and her voice, even if it lacks interesting colours, is accurate and true.
  • Or they're covered in clouds, and looking to see if they're there means an eyeful of rainwater.
  • Especially since Jill was an eyeful and I was just your average scruffy male.
  • The new green, green, green, green eyeful Yes, gentle with our line of sight.
  • With scarcely any natural life save for a multitude of rock formations and thin brush, the flat, dusty wasteland was more of an eyesore than an eyeful.
  • Get an eyeful Beauty sleep guaranteed. The Sun
  • And Marie-Josee Croze is more than an eyeful in her brief appearance.
  • He has given us glimpses of his potential and now he will get the chance to give us an eyeful.
  • After you've had a frightening eyeful, turn the page and discover where saturated and trans fats hide, and how to escape their deadly reach.
  • Sangavi in a leather outfit was an eyeful, as she serenaded with two dance numbers.
  • ‘You're not such a bad eyeful yourself,’ he smiled.
  • they wanted to see violence and they got an eyeful
  • She dipped low to shake his hand making sure he got an eyeful.
  • They sidled up to the guards, letting their cloaks loosen to let them get an eyeful.
  • I saw several young women sporting cheerleader skirts, high heels and skimpy wee tops doing laps before the steps, making sure the boys got an eyeful.
  • The holes in the sides meant you still might end up with an eyeful of paint and the lack of full facial coverage meant you might go home with a few welts on the forehead.
  • When no-one else is looking I bet he is getting an eyeful and it wouldn't surprise me one bit if one of these days he'll try it on.
  • The scouts who have been found in abundance at Los Angeles Kings games lately got an eyeful Wednesday.
  • she was a statuesque redheaded eyeful
  • She offered him a good view of her cleavage in the process and shamelessly Brett helped himself to an eyeful.
  • But I guarantee you, if you visit any high school during the passing period between classes, or at the end of lunch, you'll get an eyeful.
  • By public places, I mean ‘enclosed’ spaces, although I have to say that I intensely dislike passing smokers in the street and getting an eyeful, a lungful, a hairful of their poisonous halitosis.
  • She was an eyeful,’ Miguel and his friends began to hoot and holler again.
  • He got an eyeful when Wendy's cover slipped down.
  • Hey, get an eyeful of this!
  • I've been told that she was quite an eyeful in her youth.
  • A few people got a real eyeful. The Sun

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