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please the eye

To be particularly nice, attractive, or impressive to look at. The movie's special effects certainly please the eye, but it's woeful lack of a story or compelling characters makes it an absolute bore to endure. We want our school to please the eye, so that students feel excited and happy every time they see it.
See also: eye, please

pleasing to the eye

Particularly nice, attractive, or impressive to look at. The movie's special effects are certainly pleasing to the eye, but it's woeful lack of a story or compelling characters makes it an absolute bore to endure. We want our school to be pleasing to the eye, so that students feel excited and happy every time they see it.
See also: eye, pleasing

ˌplease the ˈeye

be very attractive to look at: We are proud to present our new lunchtime buffet, where we’re sure you will find dishes to please the eye as well as the palate (= they look and taste good).
See also: eye, please