Sentence Examples

  • For this reason, keep your variations powerful and eye-catching, but don't take up too much of the dance floor out of consideration for the other couples on the floor, as well as possible elimination by the panel of judges.
  • G-strings that are quite eye-catching in their novel designs (it's not unusual to see g-strings done in mesh, sporting metal hardware details and even glow-in-the-dark varieties) might be just the change you are searching for.
  • Although it is considerably less frilly than past seasonal styles, the metal crest flap pocket adds a stunning and eye-catching touch to an otherwise classic bag, and the antique hardware grants this bag an old country feel.
  • Newer French manicure designs have emerged of late, and while they echo the general feel of the classic, they offer a twist - the white tip is often blended with a more decadent hue, resulting in a more eye-catching look.
  • In the most basic terms, the uniforms are supposed to make your majorettes look good - to be sharp, eye-catching, and (as is indicated by the "-ette" part of the word) look different than the male members of your band.