eye-popper


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eye-pop·ping

(ī′pŏp′ĭng)
adj. Informal
Eliciting wonder or astonishment: an eye-popping display of fireworks.

eye′-pop′per n.

eye′-pop`per



n.
something causing astonishment or excitement.
[1940–45]
eye′-pop`ping, adj.
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