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sink one's teeth intoTo become involved in; particularly in an enthusiastic manner.Rate it:

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kitchen sinkA miscellany or a miscellaneous item.Rate it:

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everything and the kitchen sinkAlternative form of everything but the kitchen sink.Rate it:

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Everything but the Kitchen SinkEvery possible thingRate it:

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everything but the kitchen sinkAlmost everything, whether needed or not.Rate it:

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kitchen sinkUsed other than as an idiom: see kitchen, sink. A sink in a kitchen used for washing dishes and preparing food.Rate it:

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sink inBecome clear in one's mind.Rate it:

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sink like a stoneTo completely fail.Rate it:

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sink or swimTo fail or succeed, no matter what.Rate it:

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Sink or SwimTo be responsible or get failed or success for one’s own actions without involving anybodyRate it:

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bare one's teethOf an animal, to show one's teeth as a sign of aggression.Rate it:

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bare one's teethTo show one's aggression.Rate it:

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by the skin of one's teethBarely; closely; by a narrow margin; with nothing to spare.Rate it:

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cut one's teethTo begin; to gain early experience.Rate it:

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lie through one's teethTo tell a gross or egregious untruth.Rate it:

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arm to the teethTo equip thoroughly with weapons.Rate it:

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false teethdenturesRate it:

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bone in her teethA prominent bow wave.Rate it:

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bone in her teethUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see bone,‎ in,‎ her,‎ teeth.Rate it:

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By the Skin of Your TeethJust closer to, literally, Just about to happenRate it:

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Grit Your TeethTo endure pain courageously, to put up with harsh time or difficultyRate it:

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hen's teethAnything very rare or impossible to obtain is said to be like finding hen’s teeth.Rate it:

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hen's teethPlural form of hen's tooth.Rate it:

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hens' teethAlternative form of hen's teeth.Rate it:

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kick in the teethA humiliating insult or instance of bad treatment, especially when one is expecting friendship or in need of support; a sudden and unexpected setback; a strong rebuff.Rate it:

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Like Pulling TeethTo feel great difficulty in doing somethingRate it:

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lying through your teethA repulsive, indictment and accusation as to someone's statements or assertions. It smacks of a strong objection to the veracity of verbiage of another. Usage will enhance degradation and destroy any amicability.Rate it:

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make someone's teeth itchTo bother or unsettle a person; to put someone on edge.Rate it:

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my back teeth are floatingI have a strong need to urinate.Rate it:

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pull teethTo do something that is especially difficult or effortful.Rate it:

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pull teethTo remove teeth, usually because they are diseased or damaged.Rate it:

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rarer than hens' teethExtremely rareRate it:

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Scare as Hen’s TeethSomething scarce and not found in abundance, a rare thing or non-existentRate it:

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Set Your Teeth on EdgeTo cause irritation and displeasure to someone, to annoy someone by doing something frustratingRate it:

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beat one's swords into ploughsharesTo refrain from doing aggressive activities and to do peaceful ones.Rate it:

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get into one's strideTo become familiar with something recently learnt.Rate it:

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beat one's swords into ploughsharesTo create a peaceful civilian instrument from military technologies.Rate it:

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beat one's swords into plowsharesAlternative spelling of beat one's swords into ploughsharesRate it:

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beats one's swords into ploughsharesThird-person singular simple present indicative form of beat one's swords into ploughsharesRate it:

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beats one's swords into plowsharesAlternative spelling of beats one's swords into ploughsharesRate it:

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come into one's ownTo reach a stage of development or maturity where one has achieved strength and confidence, economic security, or respect and social acceptance.Rate it:

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fall into one's lapTo receive something that one desires with little or no effort.Rate it:

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get it into one's headimagineRate it:

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get one's claws intoHave a controlling influence over.Rate it:

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go into one's shellTo act defensively.Rate it:

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go into one's shellsTo act defensively.Rate it:

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pour honey into one's earTell someone something that they want to hear.Rate it:

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Pull All Your Eggs into One BasketTo take all your chances on one plan or idea, to use all your options at one timeRate it:

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put one's back intoTo make a strenuous effort to do something.Rate it:

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take matters into one's own handsTo deal with a problem alone, because others responsible have failed to deal with it.Rate it:

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