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adj. Informal
Eliciting wonder or astonishment: an eye-popping display of fireworks.

eye′-pop′per n.
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something causing astonishment or excitement.
eye′-pop`ping, adj.
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The Iron Man edition of the Acer Swift 3 is an eye-popper. It's well designed for both Marvel fans and those who are not so much.
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An eye-popper is the main dome, which is one of the largest in the world.
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The brush has a neat nib at the end for the awkward corners, and the whole effect is a real eye-popper suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers.
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9/11 Press for Truth is a well-crafted expose that will be an eye-popper to many Americans who still believe that the 9/11 Commission Report issued in 2004 represents the culmination of an exhaustive, good-faith effort by federal authorities to get to the bottom of what went wrong and how it was that this devastating attack so easily overcame our nation's defenses.
It's an eye-popper and show-stopper--just what advertising should do.
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