Idioms beginning with I

it’s better to be safe than sorry
it’s better to be safe than sorry Meaning being careful may keep away unpleasant situation it is better to do something carefully in advance than to suffer later to take due precaution to avoid unnecessary complications later by ... Read on
in the meantime
in the meantime Meaning | Definition simultaneously as something else happens or takes place at ‘that’ time when something else is happening to do something while waiting for ... Read on
in the pipeline
in the pipeline Meaning to be underway to be somewhere in process Example Sentences The project has been in the pipeline since forever. I am not sure if ... Read on
it’s anyone’s call
it’s anyone’s call Meaning a competition where the outcome is difficult to predict or judge a situation where all possible outcomes are equally likely Example Sentences I think ... Read on
in your face
in your face Meaning a bold, defiant or aggressive manner aggressive or confrontational direct and forceful shocking or annoying in a manner difficult to ignore provocative Example Sentences ... Read on
in the buff
in the buff Meaning naked without any clothes on nude Example Sentences The model created a sensation when she posed for a magazine cover in the buff. Not ... Read on
in the bag
in the bag Meaning have something as good as secured or certain certain to get or achieve something assured of a successful result virtually secured or achieved Example ... Read on
idle hands are the devil’s tools
idle hands are the devil’s tools or idle hands are the devil’s workshop Meaning if you have nothing to do, you are likely to do some mischief an idle person ... Read on
icing on the cake
icing on the cake or frosting on the cake Meaning when something good is added to another good thing that you already have an extra enhancement an additional benefit ... Read on
i’ll eat my hat
i’ll eat my hat Meaning This is an expression of not believing something very strongly. The phrase shows confidence about the outcome being in a particular way. Example ... Read on

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jot or tittle
jot or tittle Meaning A very small amount. A tiny portion of something. Example Sentences I don’t want a jot or tittle of it, I want the whole ... Read on


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