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'tis the seasonIndicating that it is the time of year around Christmas, and that things associated with that time period are happening or likely to happen.Rate it:

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silly seasonA period of time, as during a holiday season or a political campaign, in which the behavior of an individual or group tends to become uncharacteristically frivolous, mirthful, or eccentric.Rate it:

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a fair seasonA right timeRate it:

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gooseberry seasonA period, usually during the summertime, when news media tend to place increased emphasis on reporting light-hearted, offbeat, or bizarre stories.Rate it:

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open seasonA situation in which someone is endangered, blamed, harassed, or opposed in a sustained manner by a number of others; a situation in which something is endangered or otherwise opposed.Rate it:

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open seasonA situation in which or period of time during which some activity or circumstance routinely occurs.Rate it:

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open seasonA period of time during the calendar year when authorities within a jurisdiction permit the unrestricted hunting of one or more kinds of animal wildlife.Rate it:

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silly seasonA period, usually during the summertime, when news media tend to place increased emphasis on reporting light-hearted, offbeat, or bizarre stories.Rate it:

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due courseRegular or appropriate passage or occurrence.Rate it:

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chose convenue, chose dueA promise must be kept.Rate it:

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give the devil his dueTo acknowledge the positive qualities of a person who is unpleasant or disliked.Rate it:

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chose promise, chose duePromises should be kept.Rate it:

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chose promise, chose dueOn doit faire ce que l’on a promis.Rate it:

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credit where credit's dueused to justly praise someoneRate it:

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due courseA. 1399, Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales.Rate it:

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due courseA. 1803, Jane Austen, Northanger Abbey.Rate it:

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due courseA. 1735, Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's Travels.Rate it:

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due teste sono meglio di unatwo heads are better than oneRate it:

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due tobecause ofRate it:

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due tocaused byRate it:

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give credit where credit is dueAlternative form of credit where credit's dueRate it:

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with all due respectA phrase used before disagreeing with someone, usually considered polite.Rate it:

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a pyrrhic victoryAn apparent victory, but one which is no victory at all, due to the great cost incurred. The phrase comes from the victory won by King Pyrrhus at Asculum in 279BC which cost him many of his best men. After the battle Pyrrhus remarked: "One more such victory and we are finished."Rate it:

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Cool Your HeelsTo wait for a long time due to some problem, influence or effectRate it:

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dead lastThe standings, often by a considerable margin to the next-to-last-place finisher or after an exceptionally poor showing or season.Rate it:

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go through the roofA dramatic physical or emotional reaction or tirade to any of these. A disappointment, a great omission or error, an unnecessary loss due to inattention or carelessness.Rate it:

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jump the gunTo act or begin too soon or without due caution.Rate it:

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chicken outTo shy away from a daring task; to decline, refuse, or avoid something due to fear or uncertainty.Rate it:

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reasonable personA fictional person used as a comparative legal standard to represent an average member of society and how he or she would behave or think, especially in determining negligence; sometimes formulated as "a person of ordinary prudence exercising due care in like circumstances."Rate it:

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duly notedIn a due, fit, or becoming manner; as it ought to be; properly.Rate it:

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all things come to those who wait(dated) A patient seeker will be satisfied in due time; patience is a virtue.Rate it:

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cry outTo shout in a loud voice, due to pain, or fear, or unhappiness.Rate it:

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die for want of lobster sauceTo literally die or to be devastated due to a minor inconvenience or mishap.Rate it:

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Ehre, wem Ehre gebührtcredit where credit's due; used to justly praise someone, or to break the solemnity of praisingRate it:

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element of surpriseThe strategic advantage one has over one's opposition due to the supposed ignorance of the other party.Rate it:

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go out the windowTo vanish or cease, especially due to lack of care, attention, etc.; to be discarded, disregarded, or ignored.Rate it:

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keyboard warriorA person who behaves aggressively and/or in an inflammatory manner in online text-based discussion media, but at the same time does not behave similarly in real life, potentially due to cowardice, introversion or shyness.Rate it:

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reflect onTo think carefully about something, and give it due consideration.Rate it:

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Tied to Someone's Apron StringsDepending on someone for something; can’t be able to do something due to dependenceRate it:

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winter ratAn old, unattractive automobile, purchased for little money, to be driven during brutal Great Lakes winters while the owner's "good" car remains garaged and protected from corrosive road salt for the season.Rate it:

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winter sunUsed other than as an idiom. sunshine during the winter season.Rate it:

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old hatSomething uninteresting, hackneyed, or passé due to overuse or long-standing familiarity..Rate it:

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bottle outTo fail to perform a promised or planned action due to lack of courage.Rate it:

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burn outTo tire due to overwork.Rate it:

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burn outTo extinguish due to lack of fuel.Rate it:

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good things come to those who waitA patient seeker will be satisfied in due time; patience is a virtue.Rate it:

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in shapeI hope to get in shape for summer swimsuit season.Rate it:

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in the right place at the right timeAt a location where something good is about to happen at just the time of its occurrence; lucky; fortunate; able to obtain a benefit due to circumstances, rather than due to merit.Rate it:

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not worth a Continentalworthless, lacking in value, especially due to economic inflation.Rate it:

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rush hourThe times of the day when traffic jams are commonplace, due mainly to people commuting to or from work.Rate it:

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