eyeful eyeful

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a strikingly beautiful woman
  2. (n) a full view; a good look

Usage(s):

  1. He was my agent for a time, so I did get an eyeful and an earful of Ari Emanuel that is for sure.
  2. Before his return to Jefferson four days later, Lucius has gotten an eyeful of sparks.
  3. Theismann claims she had no eyeful-for-an-eyeful vengeance in mind.

News

  1. Demi Lovato: Twerking For Simon Cowell On ‘X Factor’ Set

    Demi gave the audience at an ‘X Factor’ audition more than an eyeful when she started twerking on June 20!
    on June 21, 2013     Source: HollywoodLife

  2. Jennifer Lopez Defends Her Racy ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ Costume

    Jennifer Lopez made headlines after she gave audiences an eyeful when she rocked a barely there, black body suit during her performance on “Britain’s Got Talent” back in May. Her risqué ensemble set the Twitterverse ablaze with comments from disgruntled viewers, like this one who wrote, "Think I have seen a little too much of Jennifer Lopez -- meant to be a family show? #inappropriate #bgt ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: omg! Celeb News via omg!

Quotes

  1. "Jeff has slotted in very well and probably surprised a few people, especially with his pace," Bracewell said. "He has given us glimpses of his potential and now he will get the chance to give us an eyeful. His skills complement our side and...
    on Feb 14, 2005 By: John Bracewell Source: The Age

  2. "The stats were very misleading," Izzo said. "It was probably the strangest game I've ever seen that way. But I've been telling you for a couple of weeks that I wasn't pleased. Tonight, you got an eyeful of why."
    on Jan 8, 2008 By: Tom Izzo Source: ESPN

  3. "Houston viewers can still go to PETA.org and get an eyeful, not only of the stunning Ms. Silverstone, but also of our free Vegetarian Starter Kit-chock full of delicious recipes-that will make them drool for an entirely different reason," PETA...
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Ingrid Newkirk Source: E! Online

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