eye-opening


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a.1.Causing one suddenly to learn or understand what was not previously known; as, an eye-opening look into the private machinations of the governor.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Scientists have described it as "eye-opening" and a "wake-up call".
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But the President said the events he did attend were eye-opening and fruitful.
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Not in this manner, for this book focuses on the long-term effects of ongoing harassment and fear on the descendants of the original Roswell witnesses, and offers an eye-opening, revealing story of how the children and grandchildren of the original observers continue to pay for their parents' experiences.
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Principal Chris Drew said: "Our gifted and talented programme is designed to stretch and challenge our most able students and both the Egyptian and holocaust exhibitions gave them a rewarding and eye-opening experience."