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a feast for the eyes

An especially attractive, pleasing, or remarkable sight or visual experience. His newest film has such lush cinematography that it is truly a feast for the eyes. He emerged from the tailor in a brand new designer suit, and I thought he was a feast for the eyes.
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It was marvellous, a feast for the eyes, this complication of coloured tints, a perfect kaleidoscope of green, yellow, orange, violet, indigo, and blue; in one word, the whole palette of an enthusiastic colourist!
He said it was a feast for the eye as well as the palate."
With countless moments to inspire the imagination throughout the day, Manchester Day is a feast for the eyes, so get snapping and be in with a chance to win one of ten top prizes, including the top prize - a Samsung Galaxy Tablet, the perfect place to store your digital photos.
CAMP FASHION The Met Gala was a feast for the eyes as celebs went all out.
MESMERISING and magnificent, Earth From Space (BBC1, Wednesday) is proving to be a feast for the eyes.
The talented cast of Tollbrae Primary's festive extravaganza 'Hey Ewe' were a feast for the eyes and shone brightly, captivating the audience with their modern spin on the classic Bethlehem tale.
Within the fort, visitors can find traditional dresses and crafts, a diwan with an open courtyard, functioning well, and a mosque besides many other attractions that are a feast for the eyes.
Filled with toys and gadgets, the accommodation has been finished to the highest of standards and is a feast for the eyes at every turn.
www.ardsarts.com OPERA FILM CLUB - THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO Date: Saturday 10 February Location: Portico, Portaferry Time: 7pm Introduced by opera critic Michael Quinn, Jonathan Dove's opera is a wittily inventive feast for the eyes and ears.
It was a feast for the eyes with banners and lanterns made at recent workshops.
The whole issue was a feast for the eyes, mind and heart and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it cover to cover.
Get it right and a garden will not just be a feast for the eyes, but a full-scale sensory experience.
The scene of the happy forest depicted by students frolicking gracefully on stage, and dressed as trees, flowers, butterflies, zebras, bear and rabbits, was a feast for the eyes and ears.
Created by Food is art for Seafood Week 2016, the portraits are a real feast for the eyes and include a mouthwatering Giant's Codway, an Edinburgh Castle made out of fishfingers and a fishy Forth Bridge.
It was a feast for the eyes for those who knew the difference between their Philip Treacy designs and Stephen Millers.