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fudge the factsSomeone who complains constantly but does not tell the straight story.Rate it:

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facts on the groundA euphemism, similar to fait accompli, used as an oblique way of saying that discussions over the possession of a given piece of territory has been rendered moot by the presence of military forces.Rate it:

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facts on the groundSome aspects of the situation in a particular location.Rate it:

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them's the factsThat's the truth, that's how it is; frequently used in reference to an unfortunate truth.Rate it:

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fudge factorA quantity introduced to compensate for uncertainty.Rate it:

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fudge factorany padding or compensation built into a guess or estimateRate it:

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fudge packerUsed other than as an idiom: see fudge, packer.Rate it:

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fudge packerA male homosexual.Rate it:

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fudge packerA person who practices anal sex.Rate it:

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fudge the issueAdopt a solution to a specific problem which does not address the larger, more general problem of which the specific problem is an instance.Rate it:

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pack fudgeto perform homosexual anal sex.Rate it:

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sock-it to em!Hit them hard with the price/cost/details/requirements/hard-facts/negative aspects/Sad Reality:Rate it:

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bury the leadTo begin a story with details of secondary importance to the reader while postponing more essential points or facts.Rate it:

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believe it or notAn expression made famous by Ripley in his news column featuring difficult to believe facts, events, situations, people, truisms.Rate it:

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believe you me!An expression of self assuredness, self confidence, knowledge of facts in the matter.Rate it:

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bend the truthTo change or leave out certain facts of a story or situation, generally in order to elicit a specific response in the audience.Rate it:

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brainiacSomeone who seems to know facts and trivia about everything.Rate it:

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bury the ledeTo begin a story with details of secondary importance to the reader while postponing more essential points or facts.Rate it:

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dirt fileA compilation of negative gossip or facts about someone.Rate it:

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dirty laundryUnflattering facts or questionable activities that one wants to remain secret, but which some other may use to blackmail with.Rate it:

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dope sheetA summary, ordinarily in the form of a document, containing important facts and background information concerning a person, activity, or other subject matter.Rate it:

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get wind ofTo hear about; to learn of, especially with respect to facts intended to have been kept confidential or secret.Rate it:

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it figuresUsed to indicate that a preceding event or statement by another is an unsurprising accompaniment of known facts and circumstances.Rate it:

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mum's the wordThe accompanying facts are a secret, not to be divulged.Rate it:

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not know which end is upTo have no common sense; to be ignorant of the most basic facts; to be very confused.Rate it:

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out of touchNo longer conversant with facts; not aware or realistic.Rate it:

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pin downRequire, Insist Upon An Exact Statement As To The Details Or The Facts In The Matter At Hand: A Firm Affirmation Of Action To Be Taken:Rate it:

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put one's cards on the tableTo reveal one's true intentions, beliefs, feelings, or other previously concealed facts about one's situation; to speak frankly.Rate it:

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same old same oldA familiar, uninteresting, or tedious situation, activity, narrative, or set of facts.Rate it:

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seagull approachThe occurence of casual, ill-informed and hasty decisions or comments made by outside authorities who lack an understanding of the local issues or a real understanding of the facts of a particular situ.Rate it:

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seeing is believingYou need to see something to believe it; visible facts cannot be denied.Rate it:

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sitting down for thisNews or information of such tremendous impact, the recipient should be seated whilst being apprised of the facts in the matter.Rate it:

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smoking gunThe conclusive evidence, the bare facts, clear and decisive picture.Rate it:

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spill the beansRelate all the facts of a controversial incident previously held in strict secrecy.Rate it:

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talk through one's hatTo speak lacking expertise, authority, or knowledge; to invent or fabricate facts.Rate it:

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the long and short of itThe most reasonable explanation, closest to the real facts in the matter.Rate it:

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what's whatPrecisely what the situation really is or what the facts truly are.Rate it:

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