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eat words
eat words (eat your word, eat my words) Meaning to force someone to retract what they have said to admit that a statement you made before is wrong ... Read on

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leg it
leg it Meaning | Synonyms an informal way of telling someone to run in order to evade capture telling someone to go away (used as an interjection) to ... Read on
snow under
snow under Meaning | Synonyms to bury or cover something or somebody in snow (Literal meaning) to overwhelm something or somebody especially beyond their capacity to handle or ... Read on
last long
last long or long-lasting Meaning | Synonyms existing or persevering for a significant amount of time powerful for a moderately extensive period opposing the impacts of wear or ... Read on
next of kin
next of kin also, next to kin Meaning | Synonyms close relative blood relation spouse or parent closest relation nearest blood relation/relative closest family member kith and kin ... Read on
fall from grace
fall from grace also, fall from favor Meaning | Synonyms to lose status, respect or prestige a loss of support or a rank of authority or honour used ... Read on
go with the flow
go with the flow also, go with the tide Meaning | Synonyms to do what other peopleĀ are doing in any particular situation be stress-free and adopt any situation, ... Read on
neck and neck
neck and neck Meaning extremely near one another close to an equivalent level especially in a race or a competition so close that the preferred standpoint shifts from ... Read on
under the radar
under the radar VariantsĀ | Synonyms off the radar below the radar beneath the radar above the radar Meaning going unnoticed, avoiding unnecessary attention another way to say underground, ... Read on
get goat
get someone’s goat Meaning irritate somebody annoy someone make someone feel very bad Example Sentences She got my goat the moment she said my mother was no good ... Read on
piece of writing
piece of writing Meaning the work of a writer, anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect) ... Read on

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