Slang. someone or something that is visually attractive or pleasing but is usually considered to lack worth or merit.
also eye candy, “attractive woman on a TV show, etc.,” by 1978, based on a metaphor also found in nose candy “cocaine” (1930).
[ahy-kach-er] /ˈaɪˌkætʃ ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that attracts the attention.
noun 1. Ophthalmology. a chart for testing vision, typically containing letters, symbols, or pictures in rows of decreasing size that are to be read or identified at a fixed distance. eye chart n. A chart of letters and figures of various sizes, used to test visual acuity.
[ahyd] /aɪd/ adjective 1. having an or : an eyed needle; an eyed potato. 2. having of a specified kind (usually used in combination): a blue-eyed baby. 3. having eyelike spots. [ahy] /aɪ/ noun, plural eyes (Archaic) eyen or eyne. 1. the organ of sight, in vertebrates typically one of a pair of spherical bodies […]
noun 1. the literary use of misspellings that are intended to convey a speaker’s lack of education or use of humorously dialectal pronunciations but that are actually no more than respellings of standard pronunciations, as wimmin for “women,” wuz for “was,” and peepul for “people.”.