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bright-eyed and bushy-tailedneatly attired, well dressed.Rate it:

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blue-eyed boyThe favourite, especially a young one, of especially someone in power; a fair-haired boy,Rate it:

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blue-eyedSomeone's favorite, as in blue-eyed boyRate it:

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blue-eyednaiveRate it:

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blue-eyedperformed by whites (Caucasians): blue-eyed jazzRate it:

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blue-eyedCaucasian: blue-eyed performerRate it:

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blue-eyedUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see blue,‎ eye,‎ -ed.Rate it:

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blue-eyedperformed by whites : blue-eyed jazzRate it:

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blue-eyedOf a person or animal, having blue eyes.Rate it:

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blue-eyed boySomeone's favourite, especially a young one.Rate it:

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blue-eyed boyUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see blue,‎ eyed,‎ boy.Rate it:

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bright-eyed and bushy-tailedAlert and in an eager, frisky, or playful mood; full of life.Rate it:

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bright-eyed and bushy-tailedEager, alert, enthusiastic, and lively.Rate it:

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Bright-Eyed and Bushy-TailedFeeling lively, bright, fit and cheerful after a long time Rate it:

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in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is kingAmong others with a disadvantage or disability, the one with the mildest disadvantage or disability is regarded as the greatest.Even someone without much talent or ability is considered special by those with no talent or ability at all.Rate it:

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starry eyednatively optimisticRate it:

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steely-eyedHaving a hard, strong, and determined look about oneself.Rate it:

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steely-eyedHaving a hard, strong, and determined mindset / mentality.Rate it:

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twinkly-eyedhappy, of a happy character.Rate it:

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cross someone's pathTo meet by chance.Rate it:

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cross swordsFor males, to urinate simultaneously such that the streams intersect.Rate it:

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Dot Your I's and Cross Your T'sTo do something very carefullyRate it:

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cross offTo strike out; to cross out; to draw a line through.Rate it:

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cross the floorTo vote against one's own political party in parliament.Rate it:

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cross offTo finish; to mark something as complete.Rate it:

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cross outTo strike out; to draw a line through.Rate it:

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cross-purposeA conversational game, in which questions and answers are made so as to involve ludicrous combinations of ideas.Rate it:

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at cross purposesAgainst one another; contrary in direction or goals.Rate it:

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at cross-purposesMutually misunderstanding each other's plans, intentions or meanings.Rate it:

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criss-cross applesauce: cross-leggedRate it:

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criss-cross applesauceCross-legged.Rate it:

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cross my heartA declaration that the speaker is telling the truth.Rate it:

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cross my heart and hope to dieadded to a promise or a statement to show how serious one was about being honest in what one saidRate it:

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cross overAlternative form of crossoverRate it:

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cross pathsAugust 5 2004, SFGate.com.Rate it:

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cross pathsTo be, by chance, in the same physical place at the same time, as a result of two completely separate journeys.Rate it:

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cross someone's palmTo give money to a person, especially as a bribe or as an inducement to perform a service.Rate it:

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cross swordsUsed other than as an idiom: see cross, sword., to place or hold two swords so they cross each other.Rate it:

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cross swordsTo fight with someone; to duel.Rate it:

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cross swordsTo quarrel or argue with someone; to have a dispute with someone.Rate it:

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cross that bridge when one comes to itTo deal with a problem or situation only when it arises.Rate it:

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cross that bridge when one gets thereAlternative form of cross that bridge when one comes to itRate it:

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cross that bridge when one gets to itAlternative form of cross that bridge when one comes to itRate it:

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Cross that Bridge when You Come to ItDon’t worry about unnecessary things, don’t over-think a problem, deal with the difficulty when it arrives, don’t predict problems in your headRate it:

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cross the aisleOf a member of a parliament, to resign from one's political party and join another party, resulting in moving from one's currently assigned desk or seat in the legislative chamber to a new desk or seat physically located with the other members of one's new party.Rate it:

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cross the aisleTo vote, unite, or otherwise co-operate with members of another political party in order to achieve governmental or political action.Rate it:

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cross the floorOf a member of a parliament, to resign from one's political party and join another party, resulting in moving from one's currently assigned desk or seat in the legislative chamber to a new desk or seat physically located with the other members of one's new party.Rate it:

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cross the lineTo cross the equator, as a vessel at sea.Rate it:

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cross the lineTo overstep a boundary, rule, or limit; to go too far or do something unacceptable.Rate it:

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cross the rubiconTo make an irreversible decision or to take an action with consequences.Rate it:

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