eyesore

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From Middle English eiesor, equivalent to eye +‎ sore.

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eyesore (plural eyesores)

  1. An eye lesion.
  2. A displeasing sight; something prominently ugly or unsightly.
    The building, towering over its surroundings with its square concrete frame and reflective walls of gold-tinted glass, was an eyesore visible throughout the city.

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