Eye-candy meaning

Someone or something that is visually attractive or pleasing to look at.
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Eye candy is defined as someone or something that is very attractive or pleasing to look at.

An example of eye candy is a very nice looking and expensive sports car.

An example of eye candy is an attractive boy or girl.

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Slick images, animations and other graphics effects that are added to websites and applications. They are designed to excite and stimulate the user more often than to perform any necessary function. In other words, glitz, sizzle and pizzazz. See cornea gumbo.
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(US, idiomatic) A very attractive person or persons, or the salient visible physical attributes of same.

I'm going to the beach to check out some eye candy.

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(US, idiomatic) Any object or sight with considerable visual appeal.

The computer graphics added lots of eye candy to that movie.

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A person or thing regarded as superficially pleasing or attractive to look at.
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Attributive form of eye candy.

Eye-candy girlfriend.

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Origin of eye-candy

  • Metaphor first recorded in 1984. Derivative from "nose candy"? (first used in 1930).
    From Wiktionary