Idioms beginning with F

fit of anger
fit of anger also, fit of rage and to have a fit Meaning to display a very bad temper, often by screaming a lot to throw a tantrum ... Read on
fall out
fall out Meaning to disagree with someone about something the result of an action when someone moves out of line to lose one’s position on something to come ... Read on
finishing touch
finishing touch also, final touch Meaning something that is added to ensure that something else is made complete a minor change that completes something else or makes it ... Read on
full of beans
full of beans Meaning to be optimistic or enthusiastic to be full of energy and in high spirits to feel cheerful and lively Example Sentences Upon hearing the ... Read on
from pillar to post
from pillar to post Meaning to move from one place to another with no purpose and direction moving around aimlessly often due to disappointments, rejections or failure Example ... Read on
from now on
from now on Meaning used to refer a time in the not so distant future for something to take effect from that moment henceforth means going forward, a ... Read on
far-fetched
far-fetched Meaning unlikely to be true totally bizarre to considered false or untrue to be remotely or slightly connected to something Example Sentences When he told us the ... Read on
feel the pinch
feel the pinch Meaning experience financial hardship be affected by a drop in income find it hard to survive on the income you have have to make do ... Read on
forbidden fruit is always the sweetest
forbidden fruit is always the sweetest Meaning to desire something that is not within a feasible reach to want something that has been denied to go after something ... Read on
first things first
first things first Meaning to have a priority order to follow a sequence in which the priorities are placed in a descending order to deal with things that ... Read on

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backhanded compliment
backhanded compliment Meaning: ambiguous statement – one that can be taken as a compliment, but which might also be seen as an insult. Example: She told him that ... Read on

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