In the limelight, every glitch and wart becomes an eyesore for an international audience.
Meanwhile, his home, much to the dismay of his neighbors, has once again become an eyesore.
It began building an important project on an area that was an eyesore—an ugly multistory parking lot—then stumbled into this mess.
Republicans are also moving on immigration, which leaves sequester as the eyesore of the evening.
In 1991, Detroit Mayor Colman Young, who thought the area was an eyesore, had many of the installations demolished.
So far as you are concerned see that you are never an eyesore.
The Pennsylvania Avenue is an eyesore and a disgrace to the nation.
It became almost an eyesore to the quiet gentry, who viewed the palace with a feeling of their own inferiority.
These courts were, not unnaturally, an eyesore to the Japanese people.
The presence of such a man as Lax in the country was an eyesore to Captain Clayton, which it was his primary duty to remove.