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bail out
[bail out] (3) {v.} To dip water from a filling or leaking boat; throw water out of a boat to prevent its sinking. * /Both  […]
smell a rat
[smell a rat] {v. phr.}, {informal} To be suspicious; feel that something is wrong. * /Every time Tom visits me, one of my  […]
Quentin Crisp, The Naked Civil Servant, 1968
A pessimist is someone who, if he is in the bath, will not get out to answer the phone.
S
Quizzes on idioms starting with S
in one's face
[in one's face] {adv. phr.} 1. Against your face. * /The trick cigar blew up in the clown's face./ * /A cold wind was in  […]
large order
[large order] {n. phr.} Difficult job; a difficult task to fulfill. * /It is a large order to educate three children in  […]
David Letterman
(1947--) U.S. talk show host Traffic signals in New York are just rough guidelines.

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