eyeworthy

See also: eye-worthy

EnglishEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From eye +‎ -worthy. Compare earworthy.

AdjectiveEdit

eyeworthy (comparative more eyeworthy, superlative most eyeworthy)

  1. Worthy to be looked at or seen.
    • 1957, Popular Mechanics - Apr 1957:
      And the best part is that after you have completed your boat, you will know it is seaworthy as well as eyeworthy.
    • 1984, Brian Priestley, Mingus, a Critical Biography:
      It's always the way that somebody who's eyeworthy, who has stage presence, will go down better with the audience than someone who doesn't know how to sell themselves.
    • 2012, Cynthia Harrod-Eagles, Country Plot:
      Anyway, this friend of hers, Beryl, works for Sotterton's, and she says the designer who's actually doing the penthouse is someone called Charlotte Anstruther. Sloaney-type, ex-public school. Tall, blonde, fairly eye-worthy, apparently.
    • 2016, Rachel Caine, Midnight Bites: Stories of the Morganville Vampires:
      Next to him was a sleek, thin man in a black turtleneck sweater and dark pants; he had a GQ look going on, and under other circumstances I might have thought he was eye-worthy, but not now.