Definitions for eyefulˈaɪ fʊl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

eye•fulˈaɪ fʊl(n.)(pl.)-fuls.

  1. a thorough view:

    to get an eyeful of city life.

  2. Informal. a very good-looking person.

    Category: Informal

  3. an amount of foreign matter cast into the eye.

Origin of eyeful:

1825–35

Princeton's WordNet

  1. eyeful(noun)

    a strikingly beautiful woman

    "she was a statuesque redheaded eyeful"

  2. eyeful(noun)

    a full view; a good look

    "they wanted to see violence and they got an eyeful"

Wiktionary

  1. eyeful(Noun)

    A full or complete view; a good look.

  2. eyeful(Noun)

    A remarkable sight or a very attractive person (sometimes used ironically).

  3. eyeful(Noun)

    An amount of material blown into the eye.

  4. eyeful(Adjective)

    Filling or attractive to the eye; visible; remarkable.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Eyeful(adj)

    filling or satisfying the eye; visible; remarkable

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