Eyeful meaning

ī'fo͝ol'
A complete view.
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One that is pleasing to the sight, especially an attractive person.
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Sufficient observation to discover more than one had expected or enough to be satisfied.

After an eyeful of his art collection, she decided to leave.

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An amount of material blown or directed into the eye.

Got an eyeful of water from the squirt gun.

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A quantity of something squirted or blown into the eye.
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A full look at something; good look.
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A person or thing that looks striking or unusual.
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A full or complete view; a good look.
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A remarkable sight or a very attractive person (sometimes used ironically).
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An amount of material blown into the eye.
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Filling or attractive to the eye; visible; remarkable.
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Origin of eyeful

  • eye +‎ -ful
    From Wiktionary