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third degreeIntensive rough interrogation in order to extract information or a confession.Rate it:

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to the nth degreeAs much as possible, to the greatest extent.Rate it:

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as all get-outExtremely; to a superlative degree; very much.Rate it:

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as if there were no tomorrowto an excessive degree, desperately, very quickly or very muchRate it:

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as the next guyTo a reasonable degree; as much as a typical person or man.Rate it:

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try to top that one!When one excels often and in a high degree, there is naturally a strong feeling of achievement. The proud winner may chide and challenge his associates and peers.Rate it:

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on steroidsTo a greater degree, exaggerating the characteristics of the previously named object.Rate it:

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attention whoreTo seek attention through inappropriate means or to an excessive degree.Rate it:

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are you feeling betterAsked to find out whether someone has recovered to some degree from past illness or unwellness.Rate it:

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as the day is longUnceasingly; very; thoroughly; to a very high degree.Rate it:

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as the next girlTo a reasonable degree; as much as a typical person: especially, as much as a typical woman.Rate it:

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at allIndicating degree, quantity or frequency greater than zero; to the slightest degree, in any way, somewhat, rather.Rate it:

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at the end of the dayA colloquial expression of the twentieth/twenty first century referring as to a summary of events, degree of financial or business success, reference as to having a nice day, achieving preset goals, positive results.Rate it:

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blanket termA word or phrase that is used to describe multiple groups of related things. The degree of relation may vary. Blanket terms often trade specificity for ease-of-use; in other words, a blanket term by itself gives little detail about the things that it describes or the relationships between them, but is easy to say and remember. Blanket terms often originate as slang, and eventually become integrated into the general vocabulary.Rate it:

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but goodTo a high degree; very thoroughly; in a most definite manner.Rate it:

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cheap outTo reduce costs on a project or product to an unreasonable degree; to cut corners.Rate it:

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Citations:give someone what for1912, Edward Burke, Bachelor's Buttons: The Candid Confessions of a Shy Bachelor, p. 133:Rate it:

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corner the marketTo have exclusive possession; to possess something to a high or excessive degree.Rate it:

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every bitExactly, to its full degreeRate it:

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every time one turns aroundEvery time, to an annoyingly repetitive or consistent degree.Rate it:

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far and awayBy a large degree or margin; greatly.Rate it:

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full of piss and vinegarExuberant or enthusiastic, especially to an excessive degree; brazen.Rate it:

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game outTo play games to such an excessive degree that one is unwilling to play more.Rate it:

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go through the millTo experience the suffering or discipline necessary to bring one to a certain degree of knowledge or skill, or to a certain mental state.Rate it:

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go to great lengthsTo make a major effort; to be very careful when doing something, especially to an extreme or excessive degree.Rate it:

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head and shouldersTo a considerable degree; better; outstanding.Rate it:

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hit the high notesTo produce or attain, at least for a period of time, an especially satisfactory degree of achievement or fulfilment.Rate it:

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in the worst wayUrgently; desperately; to an extreme degree.Rate it:

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it's not even funnyUsed to indicate that a person, thing, or situation possesses a described characteristic to an extreme or unusual degree.Rate it:

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like crazyTo a great or excessive degree; with great speed, output, enthusiasm, etc.Rate it:

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like it's going out of styleEnthusiastically, to an excessive degree.Rate it:

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like there is no tomorrowto an excessive degree, desperately, very quickly or very muchRate it:

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melt upOf the price of a security, to increase to an unexpected degree.Rate it:

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move the needleTo change a situation to a noticeable degree.Rate it:

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on wheelsTo a large degree, excessive.Rate it:

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piss and vinegarExuberance or enthusiasm, especially to an excessive degree; bravado; youthful energy.Rate it:

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put on a pedestalTo hold in very high esteem, especially to an exaggerated degree.Rate it:

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scare straightTo frighten (someone) to such a degree that a significant improvement in behavior results.Rate it:

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snatch the pebbleTo fully grasp the meaning of a concept or developed a skill to a high degree of proficiency, often that rivals some specific expert.Rate it:

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thin end of the wedgeSomething that if allowed or accepted to a small degree would lead to systematic encroachment.Rate it:

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throw one's weight aroundTo exercise influence or authority especially to an excessive degree or in an objectionable manner.Rate it:

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to a faultTo an excessive degree; extremely.Rate it:

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to beat the bandVery vigorously; at a frantic pace; to a high degree; in large quantities.Rate it:

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to deathTo a great degree.Rate it:

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to the gillsEntirely or extremely; to the greatest degree possible.Rate it:

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to the maxTo a great degree or extent; very.Rate it:

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to the maxTo the maximum possible degree or extent.Rate it:

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to the tonsilsEntirely, completely, extremely, to the greatest degree.Rate it:

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too muchTo a sufficiently strong degree to prevent some other action from happening.Rate it:

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touchy-feelyHaving a fondness for physical contact with other people, especially to an excessive degree.Rate it:

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