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Get a Handle on SomethingTo bring out the possible solutions to handle something, to tackle the critical situationadded by anonymous
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Full Steam AheadTo move forward with full energy and strengthadded by anonymous
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Full of Hot AirSomeone who talks nonsense and nothing anything of value and importanceadded by anonymous
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Full of BeansVery enthusiastic, in high spirits, energetic or elatedadded by anonymous
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From the Word GoFrom the very start of something, inception or onset of somethingadded by anonymous
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From Soup to NutsHaving all from beginning to endadded by anonymous
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Four Corners of the EarthFrom all across the world, from all over the placeadded by anonymous
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Forty WinksTo take some sleep for shorter period of time, a brief napadded by anonymous
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For the BirdsInsignificant, is of no value and worth, pathetic and absurdadded by anonymous
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Footloose and Fancy-FreeNot involved in any relation with someone, free not having any attachment with something or someone added by anonymous
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Food for ThoughtA thought provoking idea, or considerable thing or matteradded by anonymous
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Follow Your NoseIn straight direction, to go ahead straightadded by anonymous
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Foam at the MouthTo be extremely furious and uncontrollable much similar to an angry dogadded by anonymous
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Fly-By-NightOne who disappears after selling something to get quick or immediate profit, an untrustworthy or unreliable person or thingadded by anonymous
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Fly the CoopTo move or leave secretly from a place or situation, to run away or get way or escapeadded by anonymous
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Fly Off the HandleTo get extremely furious and angry, unable to control temperadded by anonymous
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Fly in the OintmentA small disturbance or irritation which can spoil ones pleasure and excitementadded by anonymous
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Fly By the Seat of Your PantsConfronting a situation with one’s intuition and common sense about which one have no earlier experience or instructionadded by anonymous
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Flotsam and JetsamSet or assembly of worthless or unimportant things, hogwash or rubbishadded by anonymous
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Flash in the PanSomething or someone getting success for a brief time, a person failed to maintain his earlier reputationadded by anonymous
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Fix Your WagonTo punish someone, to deal someone with annoyance and criticism causing his or her failureadded by anonymous
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Fit like a GloveA person or thing which fits perfectly or snuglyadded by anonymous
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Fit as a FiddleBeing in good health and shapeadded by anonymous
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Fish Out of WaterTo feel uncomfortable and out of place while adjusting in a place or situationadded by anonymous
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Fish or Cut BaitEither do something or let others do without delaying, to finally make a choiceadded by anonymous
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Finger in Every PieTo be involved in different activities and matters, to take interest in everythingadded by anonymous
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Fill the BillSomething or someone having the required qualities or experiencesadded by anonymous
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Fight Tooth and NailTo fight vigorously and ferociously, to make tiring effort to get somethingadded by anonymous
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Fifth WheelA person who is really not needed by others and is ignored by themadded by anonymous
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Field DayA day full of excitement, to have an opportunity to enjoy you a great dealadded by anonymous
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Fiddle While Rome BurnsTo do nothing or engage you in trivial things knowing that something urgent and critical is happening aroundadded by anonymous
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Feet of ClayA hidden flaw in one’s characteradded by anonymous
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Feel Your OatsTo feel energetic, playful or frisky, to be in high spirits and aware of one’s power or energyadded by anonymous
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Feather Your NestTo be more concerned about making money and enriching oneself than doing any good or caring for othersadded by anonymous
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Feather in Your CapA great achievement or honor which makes one proudadded by anonymous
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Feast or FamineEither you have too much of something or too little of it, something which is surplus sometimes and sometimes you have its shortageadded by anonymous
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Fat CatA rich person who enjoys a privileged status in societyadded by anonymous
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Famous Last WordsAn ironic response to an absurd statement one makes when he or she is not sure of its resultadded by anonymous
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Fair-Weather FriendSomeone who is your friend only when you are successful and prosperous but leave you in the time of needadded by anonymous
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Face the MusicTo confront the consequences of ones decisions and actions, or to accept the responsibility of one’s actionsadded by anonymous
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Eyes in the Back of Your HeadTo be able to imagine and feel what is happening behind or outside of one's field of visionadded by anonymous
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Eye For an Eye and a Tooth for a ToothTo take retribution or give penalty similar to the original offense or faultadded by anonymous
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Everything but the Kitchen SinkEvery possible thingadded by anonymous
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Every Tom, Dick, and HarryAnyone ordinary; every possible personadded by anonymous
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Every Cloud has a Silver LiningThere is something good in every unpleasant situationadded by anonymous
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Eleventh HourLittle before the exact deadline; the latest possible timeadded by anonymous
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Elbow GreaseHard work; vigorous physical effortadded by anonymous
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Egg on Your FaceTo be extremely humiliated or self-conscious for something idiotic that you said or commitadded by anonymous
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Eat Your WordsTo admit your mistake humbly; to say sorry for something you did or said; to take your words backadded by anonymous
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Eat Your Heart OutTo get very disappointed about something hopeless, to get extremely worried and sadadded by anonymous
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