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come up smelling like a rose
[come up smelling like a rose] {v. phr.} To escape from a difficult situation or misdeed unscathed or without punishment. *  […]
see eye to eye
[see eye to eye] {v. phr.} To agree fully; hold exactly the same opinion. * /Though we did not usually agree, we saw eye to  […]
Noelie Altito
The shortest distance between two points is under construction.
SITCOMs
[SITCOMs] ("Single Income, Two Children, Oppressive Mortgage") What yuppies turn into when they have children and one of them  […]
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  […]
Idioms with keep to learn 3
Flashcard learning set.Check yourself now!Try flashcard test by definitions or by descriptions.Set includes the following  […]
Conan O'Brien
U.S. TV talk show Today is St. Patrick's Day; they say there are only two kinds of people on St. Patrick's Day: the Irish, and  […]
bunk
[bunk] {v.} 1. To leave inappropriately as in to 'bunk off' school or work. 2. To run away in suspicious circumstances as in to  […]

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