eye-catching eye-catching

Definition(s):

  • (adj) seizing the attention

Usage(s):

  • A bunch of bioinformatics nerds in Silicon Valley, looking for an eye-catching project to showcase the latest ipo, decide to try to recreate the genome of a dinosaur.

News

  1. Arlington Park: Sharp debut winner Ascot Eye tries turf

    The 3-year-old filly Ascot Eye debuted May 29 at Arlington showing a series of eye-catching works. Indeed, her morning activity had caught the eye of someone in possession of a big mouth, a big wallet, or both. Ascot Eye went postward at odds of 4-5 in an off-the-turf five-furlong maiden race.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Daily Racing Form

  2. The New and (Maybe) Improved Beverage Containers

    Beverage manufacturers just keep on inventing new bottles and cans—and growlers and pouches and “Vinis”—to hold beer, wine, and other drinks. This summer, your beverage of choice may come in an innovative new container that makes the drink fresher and tastier. Then again, the vessel’s main innovation could just be that it’s more eye-catching than the usual lineup of bottles and cans. Here are a ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Curious Capitalist

  3. Mom's Taxi: 2013 Buick Encore is a compact SUV with a lot to offer

    If you haven't been paying attention to Buick recently, you might be in for a surprise. The manufacturer has been revamping its lineup and the results have been eye-catching.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Vacaville Reporter

Quotes

  1. Hilditch added: "NSW opener David Warner has been selected in the Twenty20 squad after some eye-catching performances particularly this year. He adds a dynamic nature to the top of the order and we look forward to seeing his performances at the...
    on Jan 7, 2009 By: Andrew Hilditch Source: The Age

  2. "Customers around the world are recognizing the new Fiesta delivers on the global Ford DNA -- eye-catching design, innovation, outstanding driving dynamics and great value," said Jim Farley, group vice president of global marketing and Canada,...
    on Oct 29, 2009 By: Jim Farley Source: Reuters

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