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leap to the eye

To become immediately apparent upon viewing or reading. One thing that leaps to the eye when looking at his newest painting is the use of contrasting light and dark color schemes. I've read the report, but nothing leapt to the eye to suggest any impropriety.
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leap to the eye

(especially of writing) be immediately apparent.
See also: eye, leap
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