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Idiomatic Expressions With Way

Here is a list of idioms and expressions built around the word ‘way’. Each idiom is followed by its meaning and example sentences. All the way When people say that they had to go...

Idioms And Expressions With Nose

Here is a list of idiomatic expressions using the word nose. Get right up your nose When something gets right up your nose, it annoys you a lot. Her impudence got right up my...

Idioms Using The Word Leave

Leave someone cold When something leaves you cold it completely fails to interest or attract you. Her snobbish nature left me cold. Cricket just leaves me cold. Leave someone hanging / leave something hanging...

Hand Idioms | English Idioms

The following idioms are formed with the word hand. Each idiom is followed by its meaning / definition and example sentences. At hand When something is at hand, it is very close to you...

Idioms Using The Word Event

Here is a list of phrases using the word event. Each phrase is followed by its meaning or definition. Example sentences are also given. After the event After something bad has happened it is...

Idioms Beginning With Letter D

Here is a list of idioms beginning with the letter D. Source: Cambridge International Dictionary. Example sentences are our own. Daft as a bush This idiom is mainly used in British English. If you...

Idioms Beginning With Letter B

Here is a list of idioms and expressions beginning with the letter B. Each idiom is followed by its meaning or definition. Example sentences are also given. Babe in arms The expression babe in...

Food Idioms

Bread and other flour-based food products have inspired a large number of idioms. Here is a comprehensive list food idioms. Bread and butter Your bread and butter is your livelihood. It is your food...

Building Idioms In English

Here is a list of idioms based on buildings. Each idiom is followed by its meaning / definition. Example sentences are also given. An ivory tower An ivory tower is a place of privileged...