Idioms beginning with A

against the grain
against the grain Meaning | Synonyms a difficult path to be followed something which is contradicting our wishes action performed unwillingly hard to accept or do something as ... Read on
apples to apples
apples to apples Variants apples and apples apples with apples apples to oranges (antonym) Meaning | Synonyms having a fair comparison between the two things comparing the things ... Read on
act of God
act of God Meaning | Synonyms an occurrence of out of control natural forces in action an act legitimately acknowledged as being outside of any human control Example ... Read on
all that glitters is not gold
all that glitters is not gold Meaning the shining outer look of something is not a consistent sign of its real character not everyone that appears good, turns ... Read on
a stitch in time saves nine
a stitch in time saves nine Meaning do not wait to deal with a specific problem or you risk it getting much worse later on it’s better to ... Read on
all the rage
all the rage Meaning when something is the height of popularity it implies that the fashion will be short lived and has no staying power Example Sentences My ... Read on
and so on
and so on also, and so forth Meaning and related stuff a list goes on in a same way a different way of saying et cetera used at ... Read on
a voice crying in the wilderness
a voice crying in the wilderness Meaning to say something that is not popular to express an idea that is not accepted by others to say something that ... Read on
at the drop of a dime
at the drop of a dime also, at the drop of a hat Meaning something that can happen very fast without hesitation a quick thing to get done ... Read on
a sight for sore eyes
a sight for sore eyes Meaning a way of saying that you are happy to see someone a way of expressing that you think someone is good looking ... Read on

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an item
be an item Meaning be involved in a romantic relationship a couple having a romantic relationship two people who are lovers Example Sentences John and Sally are frequently seen ... Read on

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