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folly, eye-catcher

A functionally useless structure, often a fake ruin, sometimes built in a landscaped park to highlight a view.
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The global hamburger fast food giant launched the Emirati eye-catching burger campaign for a limited period last year during the Year of Giving.
Perhaps the anthropologists should take a trip to Marbella next summer - for another annual festival of boozing, dancing and mock-fighting, where the men show off eye-catching penis sheaths called "c*** socks".
On a final note, may I say how resplendent the Goths looked at Whitby in their eye-catching attire.
An eye-catching pink will instantly lift your look.
Each pair is crafted with a cushy foot-bed boasting eye-catching and vibrantly colored designs.
The eye-catching ensemble had a slit in the front, showing off her slimline legs.
Kate arrived wearing eye-catching skin-tight jeans, blue heels and matching blazer, but changed into a grey Team GB sweatshirt and trainers when she took to the pitch to showcase her skills.
THIS is the eye-catching artwork now spanning the 30-metre height of a city centre car park.
Summary: Eva Herzigova's traffic-stopping Wonderbra billboards have been declared the most eye-catching ads of the past few decades.
AS PART of its long-term partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, Boots is selling a variety of products to raise funds for the charity including an eye-catching reusable lunch bag designed by renowned textile icon Celia Birtwell.
But many people think that green space - for trees, plants, wildlife and people - is pretty eye-catching too.
It packs in seven sections exploring the origins of the planet and life, covering animal evolution and behavior, and pairing bright color photos with color sidebars of eye-catching facts.