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Throw Your Weight AroundUsing power in a mean way or to threaten; to be in the command in a threatening wayadded by anonymous
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Throw Your Hat into the RingAn individual announcing his or her candidacy for the office elections; or to get you indulged into a challengeadded by anonymous
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Throw the Book at SomeoneSevere punishment for breaking of certain rules or laws; highest level of penaltyadded by anonymous
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Throw the Baby Out with the BathwaterLosing something extremely valuable or to throw something useful while trying to get rid of useless thingsadded by anonymous
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Throw in the TowelAdmitting your defeat; quit from something or giving upadded by anonymous
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Throw Cold Water on SomethingDoing or saying something that may not be very encouraging; dampening the eagerness of someoneadded by anonymous
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Throw Caution to the WindTaking huge risks; be very daring; acting in a reckless manneradded by anonymous
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Throw a Monkey Wrench into the WorksInterfering or disturbing an operation that was going in a smooth manner; destabilizing the progression of somethingadded by anonymous
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Throw a CurveSurprising a person in an unpleasant manner; mislead or to lie about somethingadded by anonymous
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Through the GrapevineSpreading of the message in an informal manner; rumors about something or spread of a confidential infoadded by anonymous
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That’s the Way the Ball BouncesThat’s what life really is or that’s what the life is all about; fate; you may not be able to change certain things in your lifeadded by anonymous
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Talk Through Your HatTalking in a non-sense manner; talking about something without knowing about itadded by anonymous
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Take With a Grain of SaltTo be in a doubt about something; not to believe entirelyadded by anonymous
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Take the Words Right Out of Your MouthTo say something that someone else was about to say or even thinking about itadded by anonymous
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Take the CakeDeserving the best prize or highest awardadded by anonymous
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Take the Bull by the HornsActing bravely in problematic or complicated situations; taking decisive actions in complex and challenging scenariosadded by anonymous
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Take the Bitter with the SweetAccepting bad things along with the good onesadded by anonymous
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Take Someone under Your WingHelping or assisting someoneadded by anonymous
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Take Off Your Hat to SomeoneAdmiring or praising someone for significant achievementadded by anonymous
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Take it to HoopAccomplishment of a project in a successful manner; or doing a job in an excellent wayadded by anonymous
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Take a Shine ToBecoming fond of something; or to like something quicklyadded by anonymous
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Take a PowderQuickly leaving a place or to sneak out from someoneadded by anonymous
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Take a BackseatTo be at a secondary position or to be at a level of inferiority as compared to someone elseadded by anonymous
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Sweet ToothHaving great desire to eat sugary foods and items, craze for sweet thingsadded by anonymous
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Sweep You Off Your FeetTo leave a fine impression with your emotions and enthusiasm, to get overwhelmed by emotions and feelings of loveadded by anonymous
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Sweep under the RugTo ignore or overlook unpleasant matters, to hide something unpleasant from othersadded by anonymous
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Swan SongA last performance or last words by a singer, writer, actor etc., a last action by someoneadded by anonymous
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Swallow Hook, Line and SinkerNaive or credulous who immediately believes in something, to believe in something without inquiring about itadded by anonymous
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success is a journey not an eventsuccess is a life long journeyadded by anonymous
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Stuffed ShirtA self-conceited person who brags about himself, to give self-importanceadded by anonymous
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Strike While the Iron is HotTo avail the opportunity at the right time, to make use of a favorable conditionadded by anonymous
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Strike a Happy MediumTo find a midway between two opposing or contradictory issues, to compromise on a problemadded by anonymous
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Straw that Broke Camel’s BackOne last mistake leading to previous calamity or trouble, not able to bear more than one’s capacity,added by anonymous
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Straighten up and Fly RightTo get serious and stop acting absurd anymore, to get focusedadded by anonymous
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Straight from the ShoulderTo be telling something frankly and honestly, not lying about anything, to be candid or just with someoneadded by anonymous
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Straight from the Horse’s MouthSomething coming directly from the main, authentic or reliable source direct from trustworthy person or placeadded by anonymous
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Stir up a Hornet’s NestTo stimulate or stir people to get angry or annoyed, to cause a great problem, to invite dangeradded by anonymous
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Still Water Runs DeepSomeone who apparently looks silent might be very knowledgeable or intelligent person, silence has poweradded by anonymous
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Stick-in-the-MudA person with old outdated and orthodox ideas who does not like to accept change, unable to cope up or except something new and modernadded by anonymous
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Stick Your Neck OutTo willfully take up or invite criticism, to be bold enough to take risk or dangeradded by anonymous
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Stick to Your GunsTo be firm and determined in your statement in front of opposition, to take stand for your right regardless of troublesadded by anonymous
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Split HairsTo argue or being grumpy about trivial and unimportant differencesadded by anonymous
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Spitting ImageTo have perfect resemblance with someone, to be exactly like somethingadded by anonymous
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Spill the BeansTo reveal a secret to someone who is not reliable or trustworthyadded by anonymous
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Spick and SpanExtremely neat and clean, very tidyadded by anonymous
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Spare the Rod and Spoil the ChildTo give corporal punishment to someone in orders to make him learn something, or civilized himadded by anonymous
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Sow your wild oatsTo do absurd and inappropriate things in one’s youth, to do silly things and activities when youngadded by anonymous
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Soft SoapTo gently or politely urge someone to do something, to persuade someone with sweet-talking or butteringadded by anonymous
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so help me HannahIn lieu of "so help me God" is my best guess.added by anonymous
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Snug as a Bug in a RugComfy and warm, something that relaxes you or provides you with solaceadded by anonymous
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