A person or thing that is the centre of attention or admiration: Kirk was the cynosure of all eyes
More example sentences
- But then Canary Wharf is not yet, despite the much bruited movement eastward of London's core, a Saturday-night cynosure.
- The postman, aware that he was the cynosure of all eyes, would strut to the centre of the village and call out names of those whose letters he had brought.
- In a district where the focus is on religious tourism, with the pilgrims visiting the other places sights incidentally, the Godavari has hardly been made the cynosure it deserves to be.
Definition of cynosure in:
- The US English dictionary