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Phrase: Like a kid on Christmas Eve

Meaning: Eager, anxious, not to be able to wait. Example: My girlfriend, who has been away for a year, is coming tomorrow, and I feel like a kid on Christmas Eve. I can't wait to see her.

Date: 2017-09-17 22:48:41

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Phrase: Sweat like a pig / Sweat buckets

Meaning: To sweat a lot: It's very hot in here. I'm sweating like a pig.

Date: 2015-07-12 00:56:38

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Phrase: As poor as a church mouse

Meaning: Very poor: He can't have a luxury car. He's as poor as a church mouse.

Date: 2015-07-11 01:08:06

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Phrase: A miss is as good as a mile

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Phrase: As bald as a billiard ball (alternative to ...as a coot)

Meaning: Completely bald

Sent by Dan

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Phrase: As bald as a coot

Meaning: Totally bald

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Phrase: As black as coal

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Phrase: As blind as a bat

Meaning: To see very badly: Do not worry. She will not recognise you. She is as blind as a bat without her glasses.

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Phrase: As clean as a new pin (or as a whistle)

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Phrase: As clear as mud

Meaning: Not very clear

Sent by Joseph Ezell

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Phrase: As cold as ice

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Phrase: As common as muck

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Phrase: As cool as a cucumber

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Phrase: As dead as a doornail (as the dodo or as mutton)

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Phrase: As deaf as a post (or stone deaf)

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Phrase: As deep as a well

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Phrase: As different as chalk and (or from) cheese

Meaning: Very different

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Phrase: As easy as ABC (anything, falling of a log, pie or winking)

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Phrase: As fast as your legs can carry you

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Phrase: As fine as frog's hair

Meaning: Something so fine as to be invisible

Sent by Dan

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Phrase: As fresh as a daisy

Meaning: Fresh, not tired: We had been walking for about five hours, and I was exhausted, but she seemed as fresh as a daisy, and wanted to go dancing

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Phrase: As green as a grass

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Phrase: As hot as hell

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Phrase: As innocent as freshly laid eggs

Sent by Venu Desaraju

Email: venu@botsnet.bw

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Phrase: As light as a feather

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