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Definition of eyeful noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



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  1. 1an amount of something, such as liquid or dust, that has been thrown or blown into your eye an eyeful of sand
  2. 2(informal) a person or thing that is beautiful or interesting to look at I've been told that she was quite an eyeful in her youth.
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