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With Flying ColorsWith ease and great success, boldly, flamboyantadded by anonymous
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Wild-Goose ChaseA useless hunt, a worthless chase, a futile search added by anonymous
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Whole Kit and CaboodleNothing left, ruined, everything is lostadded by anonymous
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White ElephantA useless object, an expensive but useless possessionadded by anonymous
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Which Way the Wind BlowsThe direction of events happening, the possible situation of the matter in handadded by anonymous
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Where There's Smoke, There's FireIf something is looking wrong, there must be probably wrong with it, there is always a basis for any rumoradded by anonymous
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When the Cat's Away, the Mice will PlayWithout the presence of authority, people will do as they please even of breaking the rulesadded by anonymous
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Wheel and DealTo manipulate or operate for one’s own interest, to convince or negotiate aggressivelyadded by anonymous
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What's Good for the Goose is Good for the GanderAny decision or rule that applies to one person must be applied to the others especially of the same groupadded by anonymous
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Wet BlanketA depressing person who spoils the fun of other people, a person who spoils enjoyment of others by being boringadded by anonymous
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Wet Behind the EarsYoung, not experienced, immatureadded by anonymous
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Wear Your Heart on Your SleeveReveal your emotions that are subject to comments, make your feelings obvious rather than hiding themadded by anonymous
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We only admire Sun Rise and Sun Set, like humansWe only admire humans when they are born and about to leave the world.added by anonymous
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Water Under the BridgeUsed to signify a life situation that has already happened and cannot be changed; therefore, one should not worry about it. The analogy to water having passed under the bridge means that there is nothing you can do about it since it's already passed, so no reason to dwell on it. What's done is done.added by anonymous
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Water over the DamEvents that are unchangeable, past eventsadded by anonymous
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Watched Pot Never BoilsWhen you are waiting for something but will not happen when you are concentrating,added by anonymous
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Wash Your Hands of SomethingStop being involved in something, to end involvement with someone or something, stop being responsible for something, disownadded by anonymous
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Walking on AirDelighted, feeling exhilarated, elated, ecstaticadded by anonymous
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Walk on EggsTo proceed very cautiously, to be in precarious position, to be diplomatic for fear of upsetting someoneadded by anonymous
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Waiting for the Other Shoe to DropAwaiting for a seemingly inevitable event, waiting for something bad to happenadded by anonymous
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Upset the ApplecartSpoil careful plans, to mess with someone plans, to cause trouble, to interfere with a planadded by anonymous
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Upper CrustUpper class, high level of society, highest social positionadded by anonymous
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Up Against the WallIn serious trouble, in desperate situation, in serious difficultiesadded by anonymous
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Up a Creek without a PaddleIn severe trouble, in awkward position with no easy way out, in serious difficultyadded by anonymous
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Under the WeatherSlightly ill, not feeling well, low in spirits, not healthy, illadded by anonymous
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Under the TableIn secret, hidden, alcoholic, clandestineadded by anonymous
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Two FacedDeceitful and disloyal; wrongadded by anonymous
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Two CentsA view or an Opinion about something; what one thinks about somethingadded by anonymous
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Turns the TableReversing or altering a situation; creating the opposite of something to happenadded by anonymous
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Turn Up Your Nose at SomeoneTreating someone with Arrogance or conceit; showing someone that something may not be good enough for youadded by anonymous
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Turn the Other CheekTo allow someone to hurt you or do something bad to you without defending yourself; almost ignoring an abuseadded by anonymous
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Turn Over a New LeafCorrecting the behavior or attitude of a person; or to start something newadded by anonymous
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True-BlueTo be extremely faithful, loyal and dependable added by anonymous
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Trip the Light FantasticDancing in a versatile manner; to danceadded by anonymous
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Tough Nut to CrackSomething that’s not much easier to understand or difficult to do; harder to solve a problemadded by anonymous
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Touch Something with Ten-Foot PoleAvoiding something at every cost; staying away from problematic situationsadded by anonymous
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Touch and GoUncertainty about something; extremely risky or criticaladded by anonymous
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Top DrawerThe very best in qualityadded by anonymous
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Top BananaThe one who leads as a comedian in a show of variety; superioradded by anonymous
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Too Many Cooks Spoil the BrothMore number of people working on a particular project will worsen itadded by anonymous
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Too Big for Your BritchesSelf-important; proud of something, particularly about selfadded by anonymous
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Tongue-in-CheekEnvisioned in an humorous way; not much of seriousness; dishonest; mocking added by anonymous
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Toe the LineDo what you actually are supposed to do; obeying all the rules and regulations; one shouldn’t be disagreeingadded by anonymous
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Tip of the IcebergSmaller part of a bigger problem or even a larger problematic situationadded by anonymous
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Till The Cows Come HomeFor a very long timeadded by anonymous
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Tighten Your BeltLiving in financial constraints; making sacrifice and diminishing the living standardsadded by anonymous
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Tied to Someone’s Apron StringsDepending on someone for something; can’t be able to do something due to dependenceadded by anonymous
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Tickled PinkExtremely delighted or pleased of something; be very happy or amusedadded by anonymous
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Tickle Your Funny BoneAmusing someone or making someone laughadded by anonymous
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Tickle the IvoriesSkillfully playing the pianoadded by anonymous
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