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Lock the Barn Door after the Horse is OutTo be become more conscious in doing something when it is already too late, to give useless try to somethingadded by anonymous
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Live High Off the HogTo live in luxurious way, having many expensive things, to be affluentadded by anonymous
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Little Pitchers Have Big EarsSometimes little children who listen to old people’s conversation hear and perceive things a lot than people expect them toadded by anonymous
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Like Two Peas in a PodHaving same appearance and looks, to be alike in structure and physiqueadded by anonymous
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Like Pulling TeethTo feel great difficulty in doing somethingadded by anonymous
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Like it or Lump itSomething that is certain to happen, whether one likes it or notadded by anonymous
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Like a Bump on a LogDormant, static, not moving or respondingadded by anonymous
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Light at the End of the TunnelSuccess achieved after taxing effort, to finally get the answer after prolonged researchadded by anonymous
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Life in the Fast LaneVery busy life, life is fast means life is very busyadded by anonymous
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Let Your Hair DownTo act in a natural way, revealing ones real self, to behave in a free and relaxing manneradded by anonymous
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Let the Chips Fall Where They MayTo do what seems right, just and proper to you without caring much about the consequencesadded by anonymous
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Let the Cat Out of the BagTo expose something, to disclose a secretadded by anonymous
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Let Sleeping Dogs LieNot to invite trouble, to be calm and avoid stirring any possible troubleadded by anonymous
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Lend an EarTo pay attention and listen to someoneadded by anonymous
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Left Out in the ColdTo ask someone to get out of the room so that he may not listen something important, ignored and left outadded by anonymous
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Leave Someone Holding the BagTo fully accuse someone for something when the accusation is equally shared and applied to somebody else as welladded by anonymous
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Leave No Stone UnturnedMake all efforts to accomplish any task or somethingadded by anonymous
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Lead You by the NoseTo have a control over someone, to be in authorityadded by anonymous
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Lay Your Cards on the TableTo be open in discussing plans and facts, to reveal something candidly to someoneadded by anonymous
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Lay an EggTo give a pathetic and shaming performance in somethingadded by anonymous
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Laugh Out of the Other Side of Your MouthTo made to feel sad after some happiness and excitementadded by anonymous
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Lame DuckAbout to retire, in the last days of his or her jobadded by anonymous
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Labour of LoveTo do something free of money, work done for love and pleasure, not for the sake of moneyadded by anonymous
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Know the RopesTo be well aware of everything around, to have knowledge of doing any complicated thingadded by anonymous
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Knock Your Socks OffTo startle, shock, thrill, astonish, or amaze someoneadded by anonymous
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Knock on WoodThose having superstitious beliefs such as knocking on wood save them to have a bad luckadded by anonymous
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Knee-High to a GrasshopperToo short and youngadded by anonymous
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Kill Two Birds with One StoneTo achieve or carry out two things with one effort, to do two things in one actionadded by anonymous
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Kill the Goose that Lays the Golden EggsTo spoil something good with one’s absurd actions, intolerance and greedadded by anonymous
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Kick Up Your HeelTo cheer, celebrate and having good time, to rejoice oneselfadded by anonymous
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Kick the BucketTo perish, die or expire, no more aliveadded by anonymous
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Keep Your Shirt OnTo remain patient and cool, not to get angry and enraged and to control one’s temperedadded by anonymous
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Keep Your Nose to the GrindstoneImpelled to keep one self-busy all the time, always working hardadded by anonymous
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Keep Your Head above WaterTo have just enough to avoid any financial collapse, hardly keeping up with one’s responsibilityadded by anonymous
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Keep Your Fingers CrossedTo wish someone or something a good luck and successadded by anonymous
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Keep Your Ear to the GroundBe focused and well aware of what is happening aroundadded by anonymous
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Keep Up With the JonesesTo live up to like ones neighbors, to maintain a living standard as one’s influential neighbors haveadded by anonymous
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Keep the Wolf from the DoorTo avoid circumstances leading to poverty and starvationadded by anonymous
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Keep Something under Your HatTo hold off disclosing something, not to reveal something secretadded by anonymous
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Keep Body and Soul TogetherTo have just reason to be alive, just surviving but not living in real senseadded by anonymous
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Keep a Straight FaceTo hold oneself off laughing, to abstain from laughingadded by anonymous
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Keep a Stiff Upper LipTo be strong and resilient in difficulty or in troubleadded by anonymous
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Just DesertsA much deserving punishment, doomed to get punishedadded by anonymous
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Jump the GunTo do something a bit earlier or before the time, hasty in doing somethingadded by anonymous
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Jump on the BandwagonTo show interest to do something because it is popular and everyone seems to be doing itadded by anonymous
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Jump off the Deep EndTo become deeply involved in something without thinking about its end result, to have deep emotional involvementadded by anonymous
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Jump down Your ThroatTo scream and shout at someone in an angry wayadded by anonymous
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Johnny-Come-LatelySomeone who is amateur in any work, place or group, person who has no earlier experience of something added by anonymous
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Jet SetRepresenting people of high class, those who travel in a fashionable manner for pleasureadded by anonymous
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Jack-of-All-TradesA man who knows to do all kinds of workadded by anonymous
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