eyesore[ ahy-sawr, ahy-sohr ]SEE DEFINITION OF eyesore
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But the things are an eyesore, and mother was worrying herself to death about them.
They're quite an eyesore—quite an eyesore; but he won't have 'em touched; won't endure it.
The Pennsylvania Avenue is an eyesore and a disgrace to the nation.
He said that, even as it was, Westminster Abbey in the season was an eyesore to him.
The empty house was an eyesore; and that I was sure it would be too, for the same reason.
It stood as firm as ever; but it was not an eyesore to Shenac now.
To Owen these little summer dwellings were in the nature of an eyesore.
These courts were, not unnaturally, an eyesore to the Japanese people.
As it is, he is a blot upon our country life, and an eyesore on our roads.
The children dislike Fogarty, and his barn is an eyesore to them.