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devil-may-care
[devil-may-care] {adj.} Not caring what happens; unworried. * /Johnny has a devil-may-care feeling about his school work./  […]
hat
[hat] See: [AT THE DROP OF A HAT], [BRASS HAT], [HANG ON TO YOUR HAT] or [HOLD ON TO YOUR HAT] or [HOLD YOUR HAT],  […]
Jessica Mitford
(1917- ), Saturday Review, 1 February 1964 I have nothing against undertakers personally. It's just that I wouldn't want one  […]
in a heartbeat
[in a heartbeat] {adv. phr.} Almost immediately. * /If I had the money, I would go back to college in a heartbeat./ * /Just  […]
fall in
[fall in] or [into place] {v. phr.} To suddenly make sense; find the natural or proper place for the missing pieces of a  […]
play a waiting game
[play a waiting game] {v. phr.} To withhold action until one's chances for success improve. * /Ray would like to be vice  […]
Charles de Montesquieu
There is nothing more annoying than seeing how a well-said word dies in the ear of the fool to whom you said it.
C
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