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eyefulnoun

uk   us   /ˈaɪ.fʊl/
[C] an amount of something, usually dust or dirt, that has entered the eye: As the lorry went past, I got an eyeful of grit. [S] informal a very noticeable or attractive sight, often a sexually attractive person: She's quite an eyeful.
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