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eyeful (of someone or something)

Fig. a shocking or surprising sight. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~.) The office door opened for a minute and I got an eyeful of the interior. Mary got an eyeful of the company's extravagant spending when she saw the bill for the executive board's catered lunch.

get an eyeful

to see as much as or more than you want to see Visitors to Halifax are getting an eyeful of whales this summer. When he pulled his pants down, we got quite an eyeful.
See also: eyeful, get

get an eyeful

  (informal)
to clearly see someone or something that is surprising Ed got an eyeful on the beach when a woman took her top off right in front of him. (often an order) Get an eyeful of this! (= Look at this) I bet you've never seen so much money in one place before.
See also: eyeful, get

eyeful

n. the sight of something that one was not meant to see. I got an eyeful of that contract. Yikes! What a giveaway!