Found 1,024 phrases starting with I:


I have a bridge to sell youAn indirect way of expressing someone is gullible.Rate it:
I have a coldI am suffering from a cold.Rate it:
I have a feverIndicates that the speaker has an abnormally high body temperature, which is usually a symptom of a disease.Rate it:
I have a headacheI have a headacheRate it:
I have a questionIndicates that the speaker wants to ask a questionRate it:
I have a temperatureSynonym of I have a feverRate it:
I have AIDSIndicates that the speaker has acquired immune deficiency syndrome.Rate it:
I have asthmaIndicates that the speaker is afflicted with asthmaRate it:
I have cancerIndicates that the speaker is afflicted with some form of cancer.Rate it:
I have diabetesIndicates that the speaker has diabetes.Rate it:
I have high blood pressureIndicates that the speaker has hypertension.Rate it:
I have low blood pressureIndicates that the speaker has hypotension.Rate it:
I have no moneyIndicates that the speaker has no money.Rate it:
I have to love you and leave youUsed as an affectionate way of saying goodbyeRate it:
I haven't the foggiestI don't know, I haven't a clue (as thoughts clouded by a thick fog).Rate it:
I hope you're happySaid to scold someone who did something wrong, after seeing the consequences.Rate it:
I just work hereIndicates that the speaker cannot answer their interrogator's question, because of lack of experience with or knowledge on the topic.Rate it:
I kid you notUsed to insist that one is telling the truthRate it:
i knew itIt's just as was suspected.Rate it:
I knowA response used to indicate that speaker was in agreement with the preceding statement before it was made.Rate it:
I knowAn emphatic assertion that one has a solution, an answer, or an idea.Rate it:
I know you are but what am IAssertion that an insult made by the party to whom the phrase is directed is actually true of that party, and not of the person using the phrase. Usually considered to be a playground taunt.Rate it:
I know you are, but what am IAlternative form of I know you are but what am IRate it:
i latinaNombre de la letra i.Rate it:
I like pieYou are stupid; said as if lowering oneself to an equally moronic state of mind.Rate it:
I like youIndicates that the speaker likes the interlocutor.Rate it:
I live in MelbourneExplains that the person lives in Melbourne.Rate it:
I lost my backpackIndicates that the speaker has lost his or her backpack.Rate it:
I lost my bagIndicates that the speaker has lost his or her backpack.Rate it:
I lost my bagIndicates that the speaker has lost his or her handbag.Rate it:
I lost my glassesIndicates that the speaker has lost his or her glasses.Rate it:
I lost my handbagIndicates that the speaker has lost his or her handbag.Rate it:
I lost my keysIndicates that the speaker has lost his or her keys.Rate it:
I lost my walletIndicates that the speaker has lost his or her wallet.Rate it:
I love youAn affirmation of affection or deep caring, especially to a family member.Rate it:
I love youAn affirmation of romantic feeling to a lover or spouse.Rate it:
I love youA platonic expression of strong inclination or liking to a friend.Rate it:
I miss youAn expression of sorrow or sadness about the absence of a family member, close friend, lover or spouse.Rate it:
I must goI must leaveRate it:
I need a guideIndicates that the speaker needs a person to guide him or her.Rate it:
I need a guideIndicates that the speaker needs a book or document to guide him or her.Rate it:
I need to vomitI feel the urge to pukeRate it:
I never didAn exclamation of great surprise.Rate it:
I only work hereAlternative form of I just work hereRate it:
i remain forever yours!Our relationship, friendship is well established, solid, permanent.Rate it:
I rest my caseMy argument is proven; I conclude my statement.Rate it:
I rest my caseThe previous encapsulates my view.Rate it:
I see London, I see FranceIndicates that a person's underwear is showing.Rate it:
I see what you did thereUsed other than as an idiom: see I, see, what, you, did, there.Rate it:
I see what you did thereAn expression used to point out that another person's joke has been understood, either to praise its cleverness or to clearly communicate a lack of amusement at it.Rate it:

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