easy on the eye


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easy on the eye

Attractive. The phrase is more frequently seen as "easy on the eyes." A: "He's easy on the eye, isn't he?" B: "Of course he is, he's a model!"
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easy on the eye(s)

Attractive or aesthetically pleasing. A: "He's easy on the eyes, isn't he?" B: "Of course he is, he's a model!" This painting is so easy on the eye. It will be wonderful to wake up to every morning.
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easy on the eye (or ear)

pleasant to look at (or listen to). informal
Easy on the eye originated in the late 19th century as a US expression describing a pretty woman, a context in which it is still often used.
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ˌeasy on the ˈeye, ˈear, etc.

pleasant to look at, listen to, etc: When decorating your bedroom, it’s best to choose colours that are easy on the eye.
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