Arresting the attention and producing a vivid impression on the sight or the mind. See Synonyms at noticeable.(adjective)
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Use "striking" in a sentence
"From the 759 I culled out 180 that deserved the term striking."
"But exactly how hot and how heavy depends on which side you are talking to, with Yahoo seeking to play it a bit cooler and Microsoft, according to many sources, aggressively interested in striking a deal."
"This should be an eye-opener for the Palin-phobics as she has been savaged by Dems and the media like no one before and yet remains within striking distance of Obama."