B

Idioms beginning with "B"

Part of speech, explanation, example sentences, pronunciation
Categories: bail

Contents of B:

bad
[bad]
See:
[GO FROM BAD TO WORSE],
[IN A BAD WAY],
[IN BAD],
[IN ONE'S BAD GRACES],
[LEAVE A BAD TASTE IN ONE'S MOUTH],
[NOT BAD] or [NOT SO BAD] or [NOT HALF BAD],
[ON ONE'S BAD SIDE],
[TOO BAD],
[WITH BAD GRACE].


bag
[bag]
See:
[BROWN PAPER BAG],
[GRAB BAG],
[IN THE BAG],
[LEAVE HOLDING THE BAG],
[LET THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG].