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  • early bird catches the worm

  • Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise,

  • earmark something

  • earn one's stripes

  • earned his wings

  • easier said than done

  • easy as 123

  • easy as ABC

  • easy as pie

  • eat dirt

  • eat, drink and be merry

  • eat like a horse

  • eat my dust

  • eat my hat

  • eat one's words

  • eat your heart out

  • eaten out of house and home

  • eating humble pie

  • economical with the truth

  • egg on your face

  • (to) egg on

  • Elementary, my dear Watson.

  • (the) elephant in the room

  • (at the) eleventh hour

  • Elvis has left the building.

  • emotional roller coaster

  • empty flattery

  • (the) ends justify the means

  • Et tu, Brutus?

  • Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn once in a while.

  • even keel

  • Even Stevens

  • every dark cloud has a silver lining

  • every dog has his day

  • every man for himself

  • every man has his price

  • Every man has stupid thoughts, only wise men keep them quiet. (Swedish)

  • every rose has its thorn

  • every Tom, Dick, and Harry

  • every which way but loose

  • everyone has their cross to bear

  • everything but the kitchen sink

  • everything's coming up daisies

  • everything's coming up roses

  • everything's copasetic

  • everything's hunky dory

  • exceedingly well read

  • Excuse me while I kiss this guy.

  • excuse my French

  • Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth.

  • Eye of newt and toe of frog, wool of bat and tongue of dog.

  • eye to eye

  • eyeball someone or something

  • eyeball to eyeball

  • F(a) face like a bulldog chewing on a wasp

  • (a) face like a burst couch

  • (a) face like a dropped meat pie

  • (a) face only a mother could love

  • (the) face that launched a thousand ships

  • (a) face that would scare a dog out of a butcher shop

  • face the music

  • face up to the facts

  • fair and square,

  • fair play

  • fair weather friend

  • fait accompli

  • faith can move mountains

  • fake it till you make it

  • fall from grace

  • fall guy

  • fall head over heels

  • fall off the back of a lorry

  • fall on your sword

  • fall through the cracks

  • famous for fifteen minutes

  • fan the flames

  • fancy free

  • fancy meeting you here

  • fancy-pants

  • far and away the best

  • far be it from me

  • far from the madding crowd,

  • fashion victim

  • (a) fast buck

  • faster than a speeding bullet

  • faster than greased lightning

  • fat as a cow

  • fat as a pig

  • fat chance

  • feast your eyes on this

  • (a) feather in his cap

  • feed a cold, starve a fever

  • feeding frenzy

  • feel like a fifth wheel

  • fell off my plate

  • (the) fickle finger of fate

  • fiddling while Rome burns

  • Fie, fi, foh, fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman.

  • fight fire with fire

  • fight like a man

  • fight like cats and dogs

  • fight the good fight

  • figure it out

  • filthy rich,

  • finders keepers, losers weepers

  • fine and dandy

  • fine line

  • finer than frog hair,

  • fire in the belly

  • firing on all cylinders

  • First things first.

  • fish or cut bait

  • fish out of water

  • fit as a fiddle

  • fit to be hung

  • fit to be tied

  • fits and starts

  • fits like a glove

  • flag something down

  • Flash as a rat with a gold tooth.

  • flash in the pan

  • flat as a board

  • flat as a long-poured champagne

  • flat as a pancake

  • flat out

  • flattery will get you nowhere

  • flavor of the month

  • fleet footed (fleet of foot)

  • flesh and blood

  • flipped her lid

  • flirt with disaster

  • flog a dead horse

  • flotsam and jetsam

  • flown the coop

  • fly by night

  • fly by the seat of your pants

  • fly in the face of

  • fly in the ointment

  • fly off the handle

  • fly on the wall

  • flying by the seat of your pants

  • foam at the mouth

  • fob off

  • follow suit

  • Follow the leader.

  • following in his footsteps

  • Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.

  • fools' gold

  • Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

  • foot in the door

  • foot loose and fancy free

  • foot the bill

  • for crying out loud

  • for ever and a day

  • for everything there is a season

  • for God's sake

  • for Pete's sake

  • for the love of God/Pete/Mike

  • for want of the nail, the shoe was lost

  • for whom the bell tolls

  • forbidden fruit,

  • forever and a day

  • Forgive them for they know not what they do.

  • fork out

  • foul play

  • four corners of the earth

  • free as a bird

  • free reign

  • fresh as a daisy

  • fresh out of ideas

  • fried to one's tonsils

  • Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ears.

  • frisky as a puppy

  • frog in my throat

  • from day one

  • from here to Timbuktu

  • from sea to shining sea

  • from strength to strength

  • from the four corners of the earth

  • from the frying pan into the fire

  • fruit of your loins

  • Fuddy-Duddy

  • full Monty

  • full of himself

  • full of hot air

  • full of mischief

  • full of piss and vinegar

  • full tilt

  • full to the back teeth

  • funny business

  • Funny Farm

  • funny you mention it

  • fur coat and no knickers

  • fuzzy wuzzy

  • GGadzooks!

  • gag me with a spoon

  • game is on the line

  • gang bang

  • gathering like flies

  • gave it a wide berth

  • gee whiz

  • Generation X

  • Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.

  • get / start the ball rolling

  • get a grip on yourself

  • get a handle on this

  • get a life

  • get a room

  • get a word in edgewise

  • get ahead early and stay ahead late

  • get all worked up

  • get along like oil and water

  • get an earful

  • get back up on the horse

  • get cleaned out

  • get crushed

  • get down to bare bones

  • get down to brass tacks

  • get down to the nitty gritty

  • get it outta my hair

  • get lost

  • Get my message?

  • get off on the wrong foot

  • get on her high horse

  • get on her soap box

  • get one's goat

  • get out of here

  • get outta town by sundown

  • get over it

  • get stuffed

  • get the peanut butter out of your ears

  • get the show on the road

  • Get thee behind me, Satan.

  • get to the bottom of it

  • get underway

  • Get used to it!

  • Get with the program!

  • get your arms around it

  • get your ducks in a row

  • get your feet wet

  • get your foot in the door

  • get your goat

  • get your head in the game

  • gift of the gab

  • gild the lily

  • gimme a break

  • gird your loins

  • give a hoot

  • give a little take a little

  • give a wide berth

  • give an inch, and he takes a mile

  • give and take

  • give him a run for his money

  • give it a rest

  • give it a whirl

  • give it away

  • give me a hand

  • give someone a break

  • give the shirt off your back

  • give them a hand

  • give up the ghost

  • give your right arm

  • given to him on a silver platter

  • giving someone the bird

  • glass ceiling

  • glimmer of hope

  • gloss over

  • glowing like a good deed in a naughty world

  • glutton for punishment

  • go against the grain

  • go and boil your head

  • go back to the well

  • go ballistic

  • go belly up

  • go berserk

  • go by the book

  • go figure

  • go fly a kite

  • go for broke

  • go head to head

  • go jump in the lake

  • go like the clappers

  • go off at half-cock

  • go out in a blaze of glory

  • go out on a limb

  • go over his head

  • go overboard

  • go the extra mile

  • go through the motions

  • go through the roof

  • go to pot

  • go to the dogs

  • go together hand in hand

  • go too far

  • go where the green lights lead you

  • go with the flow

  • go with your gut

  • God help us.

  • God only knows.

  • God speed

  • God willing (and the creek don't rise)

  • going against the tide

  • going bananas

  • going gang-busters

  • going nineteen to the dozen

  • going to hell in a hand basket

  • gold digger

  • golden child

  • Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden

  • gone but not forgotten

  • gone to the dogs

  • good as gold

  • good as new

  • (a) good beginning makes a good ending

  • good call

  • Good fences make good neighbors.

  • (a) good man is hard to find

  • good men and true

  • Good one!

  • Good riddance!

  • good rule of thumb

  • good Samaritan

  • good soldier

  • good things come to those who wait

  • good to go

  • good to the last drop

  • Goody Two-Shoes

  • goofing off

  • Gordon Bennett

  • got a hole in his pocket

  • got a leg up on it

  • got a loaf in the oven

  • got beat like a drum

  • got burned

  • got him by the short hairs

  • got knocked up

  • got lost in the shuffle

  • got my mojo working

  • got off on the right foot

  • got off on the wrong foot

  • got schooled

  • got spanked

  • got taken for a ride

  • got the stuffing beat out of him

  • got them by the short and curlies

  • got under my skin

  • got whooped

  • got you over a barrel

  • got your hand caught in the cookie jar

  • got your head in the clouds

  • got your nose all pushed out of joint

  • grace of God

  • Grand Slam,

  • grasping at straws

  • (the) grass is always greener on the other side

  • grass up

  • graveyard shift

  • grease a palm

  • greased lightning

  • green-eyed monster

  • green with envy

  • greener pastures

  • grin and bear it

  • grin like a Cheshire cat

  • grinning from ear to ear

  • grist for the mill

  • ground rules

  • Groundhog day

  • growing like a weed

  • gum up the works

  • gunning for

  • guns blazing

  • Hhad his bell rung

  • hair of the dog

  • Halcyon days

  • half a bubble off

  • half a loaf is better than none

  • half cocked

  • half-baked idea

  • Halt! Who goes there?

  • hand over fist

  • handbags at dawn

  • handle it with kid gloves

  • hands on

  • hang by a thread

  • hang in there

  • hang me out to dry

  • hang on every word

  • hanging onto mother's apron strings

  • hanky panky

  • happy as a clam

  • happy as a lark

  • happy as a pig in mud / sh#t

  • happy camper

  • hard as a rock

  • hard cheese,

  • hard to swallow

  • harder for a rich man to go to heaven than for a camel to go through the eye of a needle

  • hare-brained idea

  • harp on

  • haste makes waste

  • hat in hand

  • haul someone over the coals

  • have a heart

  • have a nice day

  • have an ax to grind

  • have 'em in stitches

  • have the last laugh

  • haven't got a penny to my name

  • haven't got a row to hoe

  • haven't got a row to hoe

  • haven't seen hide nor hair of him

  • he breasted his cards

  • he can't see the forest for the trees

  • he couldn't hit the broad side of a barn

  • He doesn't know what time it is,

  • he gave a hundred and ten percent

  • he got plastered

  • he got the short end of the stick

  • he has a few loose screws

  • he has a way with words

  • he has egg on his face

  • he is toast

  • he knows which side his bread is buttered on

  • he learned his lesson

  • he left no stone unturned

  • he let the cat out of the bag

  • he looks like death warmed up

  • he made a mad dash for it

  • He never met a doughnut he didn't like.

  • he put one over on me

  • he single-handedly destroyed an empire

  • he speaks with a forked tongue

  • he spilled the beans

  • He was Aladdin in an orchard dripping with diamonds!

  • he was just a port in the storm

  • he was talking into his hat lying

  • he was the life of the party

  • he went the whole nine / 9 yards

  • he went to the school of hard knocks (university of life)

  • He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches.

  • He who cannot dance, blames the DJ,

  • he who hesitates is lost

  • He who laughs last, laughs best.

  • He who lives by the sword, shall die by the sword,

  • he will give the Devil his due

  • he won, hands down

  • he/she is as dense as a London fog

  • He/She silenced the critics.

  • he/she was like a brother/son/father/sister/mother/daughter to me

  • head over heels

  • heading for the poor house

  • heads up

  • heard it through the grapevine

  • heart of gold

  • heaven help us

  • heavens to Betsy

  • hedge your bets,

  • Heebie-Jeebies,

  • hell-bent for leather

  • Hell has no fury like a woman scorned.

  • hell or high water

  • Helter-Skelter

  • hem and haw

  • hen pecked

  • her biological clock is ticking

  • Here lies one whose name was writ in water.

  • here today, gone tomorrow

  • here's mud in your eye

  • Here's your hat, what's your hurry?

  • he's a bald-faced liar

  • he's a bubble shy of plumb

  • he's a corn-fed hick

  • he's a dark horse

  • he's a fall guy

  • he's a smooth operator

  • he's all flibberty jibbets

  • he's all hat and no cattle (added by popular demand!)

  • he's always blowing his own horn

  • he's an easy study

  • he's an inch deep and a mile wide

  • he's bitten off more than he can chew

  • he's built like a brick shit-house

  • he's changing his tune

  • he's chomping at the bit

  • he's dressed to the nines

  • he's feeling his oats

  • he's fishing for compliments

  • he's gone to ground

  • he's got a bug up his ass

  • He's got more money than he knows what to do with.

  • He's got the skills to pay the bills,

  • he's gunning for a fight

  • he's hen pecked

  • he's milk toast

  • he's not playing with a full deck

  • he's not the sharpest knife in the cabinet

  • he's over the hill

  • he's pulling your leg

  • he's pushing up daisies

  • he's really laying it on thick

  • he's really on the ball

  • he's scared of his own shadow

  • he's so matter-of-fact

  • He's so ugly, he'd have to sneak up on a glass of water to get a drink.

  • he's the south end of a north-bound horse

  • he's thinking with the wrong head

  • he's waiting for his ship to come in

  • het up

  • hide the salami

  • higgledy piggledy

  • high and dry

  • high as a kite

  • high hopes

  • high time

  • high, wide and handsome

  • high-flyer

  • highway robbery

  • Hindsight is twenty/twenty (20/20),

  • His bark is worse than his bite,

  • His elevator doesn't go to the top floor.

  • his eyes are bigger than his stomach

  • His left hand doesn't know what his right hand is doing.

  • His mouth is writing checks his body can't cash.

  • hissy fit

  • history repeats itself

  • hit below the belt

  • hit every ugly branch falling out of the tree

  • Hit him right between the numbers.

  • hit the books

  • Hit the deck!

  • hit the ground running

  • hit the hay

  • hit the nail on the head

  • hit the sack

  • hoist by your own petard

  • hoity-toity

  • hold down the fort

  • hold the phone

  • hold your horses

  • holding all the cards

  • holier than thou

  • home is where the heart is

  • Home is where you hang your hat,

  • Hook, line and sinker.

  • hop, skip and a jump

  • hope against hope

  • Hope springs eternal.

  • horse around,

  • horse of a different color

  • horse play

  • horsing around

  • hot as hell

  • Hot enough for you?

  • Hot enough to fry an egg.

  • hot off the press

  • hot on the heels

  • hot under the collar

  • Hotter than a fox in a firestorm.

  • Houston, we have a problem.

  • How are the mighty fallen.

  • How do I love thee?

  • How now, brown cow?

  • How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child.

  • How's it hanging?

  • How's that for a topper?

  • hugged him closer than peel does a banana

  • hump day

  • hunker down

  • hunky dory

  • hurl insults

  • hurts like the Dickens

  • II beg to differ.

  • I bought it for a song.

  • I busted my hump.

  • I can't stand it.

  • I can't stomach that.

  • I can't tell you what a pleasure its been / It's been a pleasure.

  • I could eat a horse.

  • I could whip you with one arm tied behind my back.

  • I didn't come down the Clyde in a banana boat. (Scottish, Glasgow)

  • I didn't expect the Spanish Inquisition.

  • I don't give a fig.

  • I don't give a jot.

  • I hate to say this, but...,

  • I have a bone to pick with you.

  • I have an ax to grind.

  • I have not slept one wink.

  • I have nothing to declare but my genius.

  • I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat.

  • I haven't a clue.

  • I haven't the foggiest.

  • I heard (hear) that!

  • I need that like a hole in the head.

  • I need that like a moose needs a hat rack.

  • I never met a man (horse, etc.) I didn't like.

  • I ought to tan your hide.

  • I put two and two together...

  • I quit smoking cold turkey.

  • I second that.

  • I smell a rat.

  • I spy with my little eye.

  • I trust him as far as I can throw him.

  • I want my place in the sun.

  • I was roped into it.

  • I wasn't born yesterday.

  • I will give you that to boot.

  • I will go to the foot of our stairs.

  • I will wear my heart upon my sleeve.

  • I wouldn't p#ss on your teeth if they were on fire.

  • I wouldn't trust him as far as I could spit.

  • ice water in his/her veins

  • icing on the cake

  • I'd bet my bottom dollar

  • I'd lose my head if it wasn't attached

  • I'd rather be a hammer than a nail

  • I'd rather have a bottle in front of me, than a frontal lobotomy.

  • idle chit-chat

  • Idle hands are the devil's workshop.

  • If a frog had wings, he wouldn't bump his ass hopping.

  • If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound?

  • if at first you don't succeed, try, try, again

  • If God had meant for man to fly, he would've given us wings.

  • If his word were a bridge - you'd be afraid to cross!

  • If I had a nickel for every time he _, I'd be a millionaire.

  • If I had my druthers

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