in the good booksMeaning: be in somebody’s favour or good opinion.Example: The fact that he always managed to be in the good books of the bosses surprised one and all.
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scapegoatscapegoat Meaning to be made to suffer or bear the punishment for someone else Example Sentences The fellow has always been a scapegoat since he is the youngest ... Read on
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