Idioms beginning with H

hands are tied
hands are tied Meaning to not be able to do anything about a situation to be helpless to not have any other options to act as per the ... Read on
honesty is the best policy
honesty is the best policy Meaning being honest is always good and fruitful to advice someone to be honest in their dealings to be honest about things is ... Read on
hope for the best, but prepare for the worst
hope for the best, but prepare for the worst Meaning be optimistic but ready for hard times as well keep optimistic outlook but be ready for adversity to ... Read on
haste makes waste
haste makes waste Meaning if you do things too quickly, you can make mistakes hurrying will result in poor endings you will make mistakes if you are too ... Read on
hard cheese
hard cheese also tough cheese Meaning bad luck, tough luck a difficult, unpleasant or adverse situation said to indicate lack of sympathy for someone’s adverse situation Example Sentences The construction ... Read on
have eyes only for
have eyes only for also only have eyes for Meaning be attracted to someone exclusively be romantically interested or loyal to one person desire someone want no one else but ... Read on
head over heels
head over heels also head over heels in love / fall head over heels for someone Meaning fall deeply and completely in love, especially suddenly madly in love be very much ... Read on
have a soft spot
have a soft spot for someone Meaning like someone a lot feel a lot of affection for someone a strong liking for someone be emotionally vulnerable about someone ... Read on
have the hots for
have the hots for someone Meaning be very sexually attracted to someone desire someone sexually be sexually aroused by someone think someone to be sexually attractive Example Sentences ... Read on
hissy fit
throw a hissy fit Meaning To throw a tantrum. An outburst. A temperamental explosion. To show that one is disturbed and angry. Example Sentences A hissy fit is ... Read on

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make common cause with
make common cause with Meaning: work together in order to achieve something that both groups want. Example: Environment protesters have made common cause with local people to stop ... Read on

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