bury head in the sand

bury head in the sand
Meaning: refuse to think about an unpleasant situation, hoping that it will improve so that you will not have to deal with it.
Example: Parents and Principal said ragging was being ignored and accused the girls hostel’s warden of burying her head in the sand, in Perth city of Australia.

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AuthorKhuram writes on 10th February 2018

Pakistan and India must bury their hatchet for regional piece.

AuthorCian66 writes on 10th October 2017

Cool idioms, but add “pie in the sky”, “toot your own horn”, and “out of the frying pan and into the fire”.

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