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from the bottom of my heart
from the bottom of my heart Meaning | Synonyms with sincere and deep feeling with intense feelings showing sincerity towards Something expressing truthfulness to someone saying something genuinely ... Read on
mad at
mad at someone/something Meaning | Synonyms to be angry at a person or situation to be upset to the point where you don’t want to see someone Example ... Read on
screw up
screw up (screwed-up) Meaning slang depicting that a mistake was made very puzzled, confused or worried to ruin something to make something into a smaller shape by compacting ... Read on
trouble shared is trouble halved
trouble shared is trouble halved Variants a trouble shared is a trouble halved a problem shared is a problem halved a worry shared is a worry halved Meaning ... Read on
seventh heaven
seventh heaven Meaning | Synonyms being glad to be happy about something in state of extreme happiness attaining a state of endless bliss eternal joyousness amused to a ... Read on
lighten up
lighten up Meaning | Synonyms to take it easy to relax used to express to be not serious change of a mood in a positive manner to lower ... Read on
get on nerves
get on nerves Meaning | Synonyms tick someone off being annoying for someone to become unbearable for someone to irritate someone to a great extent to bother and ... Read on
good grief
good grief Meaning | Synonyms occurrence of something shocking things beyond our imaginations being surprised unexpected situation moment of amazement and frustration expression of astonishment Example Sentences Good ... Read on
walking on air
walking on air also, floating on air Meaning | Synonyms to be very happy (elated) to feel awfully excited or pleased to be in a state of intense happiness in seventh heaven to be on ... Read on
once bitten, twice shy
once bitten, twice shy Meaning | Synonyms a bad experience cause to believe caution said when you are frightened to do something again because you had the unfriendly ... Read on

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hit the sack
hit the sack or hit the hay Meaning: to go to bed to go to sleep Example: I am really tired after all that exercise. I am going to hit ... Read on

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