The sight that met the eyes
of the searchers told all of the story that they needed to know.
On closer inspection there was more to this building than immediately met the eye
However, before long, it becomes clear there's more t o Sara than originally met the eye
Greenstein characterizes Roosevelt with an epithet from Oliver Wendell Holmes, who called FDR "a second class intellect with a first class temperament," while Reagan's "cognitive limitations" were merely "worrisome" and his intellect "was more than met the eye
The star is noted for her grungy off-duty looks, but perhaps there was more to her scruffy ensemble, including a woolly hat and dark glasses, than met the eye