out on a limb

out on a limb  {adv. phr.}
With your beliefs and opinions openly stated; in a dangerous position that can't be changed.
The president went out on a limb and supported a foreign aid bill that many people were against.
Grandfather went out on a limb before the summer was over and said that the next winter would be long and cold with many snowstorms.
Categories: adverb

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