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Mark Twain
(1835-1910) Never put off til tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow just as well.
hinge on
[hinge on] or [hinge upon] {v.} To depend on as decisive: be decided by. * /In a dictatorship, everything hinges on one  […]
on the wagon
[on the wagon] {adv. phr.} Participating in an alcohol addiction program; not touching any alcoholic beverage. * /Jim's  […]
Fran Lebowitz
(1950--) U.S. writer In real life, I assure you, there is no such thing as algebra.
pie-eyed
[pie-eyed] {adj.phr.} {informal} Said about someone very drunk. * /I am completely pie-eyed./ Compare: [cockeyed]
Idioms to Learn Today
New Reading / Flip-Card (learning) set has been shared.Check yourself now! Run flip-cards by definitions or by descriptions.
no doubt
[no doubt] {adv.} 1. Without doubt; doubtless; surely; certainly. * /No doubt Susan was the smartest girl in her class./ 2.  […]
on the up and up
[on the up and up] {adj. phr.}, {informal} Honest; trustworthy; sincere. * /We felt that he was honest and could be trusted.  […]

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