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Definition of head-turning in English:

adjective

Extremely noticeable or attractive: her skimpy, head-turning costumes
More example sentences
  • A cash prize will also be awarded for the most creative hat, a category which always attracts head-turning creations.
  • His music is equally shocking: a head-turning splurge of jerking beats, atonal electronic noises, howling vocals and the occasional burst of rock guitar that bears virtually no relation to anything else released in the garage genre.
  • From head-turning fashion to entertainment and lots of fun, Roses in Bloom fashion show hosted in the Seven Oaks Hotel proved an unmissable night.

Derivatives

head-turner

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noun
Example sentences
  • It's quite a head-turner and certainly draws a lot of amused smiles.
  • She was a voluptuous blonde bombshell, a head-turner who forged a career in movies and television.
  • The car is a real head-turner, and will be available in bright colours to attract even more looks.

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