attention-getting

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attention-getting

[uh-ten-shuhn-get-ing]
adjective
conspicuously drawing attention to something or someone: an attention-getting device; attention-getting behavior.
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attention-getting

adjective
1. seizing the attention; "eye-catching posters" 
2. likely to attract attention; "a catchy title for a movie" 
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Example sentences
They operate within their companies more as attention-getting motivators than
  bosses.
The dogs exhibit attention-getting behaviors such as whining, pawing, or
  anxious barking.
Contenders fill in the blank with attention-getting ideas for food-related
  dates.
Teasing, whining, and temper tantrums are attention-getting behaviors which are
  best ignored.
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