Informal Eliciting wonder or astonishment: an eye-popping display of fireworks. (adjective)
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Use "eye-popping" in a sentence
"The Holy Ghost teaches us, he says, and “when you are praying in tongues you are speaking about this ‘eye-popping destiny’ that He has for you.”"
"In the United States, well-endowed pinup girls, including Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe, donned eye-popping bikinis for photo shoots."
"The accompanying statistics boasted that it achieves the equivalent of 93 miles per gallon, which is pretty eye-popping."