a sight to behold

a sight to behold

An especially impressive, noteworthy, or remarkable person, event, or thing; something or someone who is very much worth seeing. If you never go anywhere else in your life, make sure you see the Grand Canyon: it's a sight to behold. The new jazz singer is really a sight to behold. She's probably the best we've ever had at the club.
See also: behold, sight
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Sporting only one shoe and a pair of crutches, Perak Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu was a sight to behold as he hobbled into the state legislative assembly here today.
The reason that they are a sight to behold is that the versatility the viewer gets to see in a single show is pretty overwhelming.
Summary: Situated in between Sharjah Industrial Area 13 and University City, the commercial district is a sight to behold after the Maghrib prayers.
STAR gazers were fixed on the skies yesterday as a super snow moon dominated the skies yesterday and it really was a sight to behold.
Summary: Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Jan 7 (ANI): Proving that there is no harm in letting loose once in a while, a video has surfaced showing Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MP Madhukar Kukde shaking a leg with children on a popular song from the Ranveer Singh starrer Simmba, and it is a sight to behold.
"The island is now a sight to behold. Boracay will even be grander in the near future," Cimatu said.
Mount Arayat's serenity was a sight to behold, but not the bedlam that took place at its foot as the chaotic flow of traffic forced the cancellation of Sunday's Stage 1 of the 9th Le Tour de Filipinas.
All of them were a sight to behold as they fearlessly soared over the arena with their heart pumpingstunts.Mountain Dew continues to hold the promise of instigating fearless adventures for their consumers to experience.
IT was a sight to behold at the Meralco Gym in Pasig City last Monday night as the present and future of Philippine basketball showed up for the national men's team's first practice session for an expectedly tough game against Australia next month.
The house is a sight to behold and is being much admired by people of all ages."
Everybody knew about you Bradley when you smiled and your lips started to curl A smile like that could light up the world A true beacon of light that gives us hope and inspiration, so we don't fail When you scored your goal, it was a sight to behold!
"After the service, the teams go back to training but the sight of all these young footballers with the veterans, councillors and members of the public is a sight to behold."
The 150ft patchwork quilt of bricks at the first section - the point where the money ran out in 1854 - is a sight to behold. That iconic needle is just one of the structures featured in this one-off show.
IT was a sight to behold - hundreds of Santa's running around the town centre.