- eye-candy (n.)
- also eye candy, "attractive woman on a TV show, etc.," by 1978, based on a metaphor also found in nose candy "cocaine" (1930).
- 1. He has a visual impairment in the right eye.
- 2. The worms cannot be seen by the naked eye.
- 3. Bankers are keeping a wary eye on the outcome.
- 4. To improve hand-eye co-ordination, practise throwing and catching balls.
- 5. Off-screen, Kathy is under the watchful eye of her father Terry.
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