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eye-popper

1. Something that is very surprising. The phrase refers to how the eyes tend to widen when one is surprised. A: "Wow, these results are really an eye-popper." B: "I know, I didn't expect the experiment to turn out like this."
2. A very attractive woman. You said my date would be pretty, but dang—she's an eye-popper!

eye-popper

1. n. something astonishing. (Alludes to the comical view of eyes bulging outward in surprise or amazement.) What an eye-popper of a story!
2. n. a very good-looking woman or girl. Isn’t that foxy lady an eye-popper?
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If you were to watch a video of Goodman's eye-popping stunt, you'd see her start by squinting her eyes and then widen her lids.
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Choreographer Amelia Conrado's Boi-Bumba, Xaxado, and Maracatu are new and eye-popping, technically fierce and more structurally complex than the troupe's older works (several of which are by company co-founder Walson Botelho).
But as today's eye-popping screen savers, stylish monitors, and snappy mouse pads demonstrate, one simple fact remains: There's no detail of life that's too small to be worth the investment of a little creative energy.