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speak now or forever hold your peaceSay something now or don't say anything at all.Rate it:

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hold one's peaceTo refrain from speaking; to be silent.Rate it:

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you made your bed, now sleep in itA moralizing rejection said to someone looking for an easy out, especially of a situation they put themselves into.Rate it:

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i remain forever yours!Our relationship, friendship is well established, solid, permanent.Rate it:

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forever and a daywithout ever ending; eternally.Rate it:

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at peaceDead.Rate it:

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at peace withNot disturbed or upset by.Rate it:

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at peaceFree of worries; peaceful.Rate it:

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at peace withNot menacing or hostile toward.Rate it:

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here and nowimmediatelyRate it:

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i'm in a real pickle now!Personal Realization That One Is In A Dilemma; In An Awkward Circumstance Or A Baffling Interpersonal Relationship.Rate it:

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in the here and nowIn present practice rather than in theory; with the priority of palpably and actually existing.Rate it:

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keep the peaceTo maintain order in a volatile situation.Rate it:

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make peaceTo end hostilities; to reach a peace agreement.Rate it:

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make peaceTo settle a dispute or disagreement.Rate it:

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make peaceTo initiate or resume a cordial relationship after a period of animosity.Rate it:

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make peaceTo accept something, especially if it is considered unfavourable.Rate it:

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now and againSometimes; occasionally; intermittently.Rate it:

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now and thenSometimes; occasionally.Rate it:

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now get this!A somewhat stern admonition to: understand this; listen UP!, Pay Attention!Rate it:

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now or neverat this opportunity, or never at allRate it:

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now you mention itThe Jungle Book - Rudyard Kipling.Rate it:

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now you're cookingA phrase, often given in response, meaning that the subject has switched to a more suitable or more efficient approach.Rate it:

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now you're talkingA phrase indicating agreement with a previously stated suggestion to change a course of action.Rate it:

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peace and quietTranquility; freedom from stress or interruptions.Rate it:

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hold your fireWait, don't retaliate, calm down, be quiet.Rate it:

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don't hold your breathdon't hold your breathRate it:

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hold your fireDo not discharge your weapon. Used originally for weapons needing a spark or lighting of a fuse to ignite gunpowder, now sometimes used to mean any weapon launching a projectile.Rate it:

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hold your head highStand erect, shoulders back, head high for actions taken over, up and beyond the ordinary response to the challenge.Rate it:

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"never mind your mother sonny.... eat your bleedin' orange"I worked with a man from Foulridge, Lancashire for over 35 years who often used this phrase whenever there was a problem and he wasn't sure of the answer!.. Said the phrase came from a "chap I used to work with in Colne... but he didn't know what it meant either"Rate it:

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keep your friends close, and your enemies closerOne should be on their toes and alert of their surroundings if malicious people are around, to ensure such people can't wreak havoc in one's life.Rate it:

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put your money where your mouth isPractice what you preach.Rate it:

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put your money where your mouth isTalk is cheap. If the proponent of the venture is so confident, remind him: Better put your money where your mouth is!Rate it:

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you pays your money and you takes your choiceEach person should make their own decisions.Rate it:

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speak outTo assert or promote one's opinion; to make one's thoughts known.Rate it:

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speak toTo give evidence regarding something; to attest for.Rate it:

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speak toTo resonate with, to strike a chord in.Rate it:

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speak upTo talk more loudly or plainly.Rate it:

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speak forTo speak on somebody's behalf.Rate it:

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speak upTo make oneself or one's opinions known; to advocate or assert oneself.Rate it:

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actions speak louder than wordsIt is more effective to act directly than to speak of action.Rate it:

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speak another vesselMy Captain signaled with pennants',/came within hailing distance 'spoke with megaphone. He learned SKIPPER of upwind ship/Mandarin/ two masted schooner es 'Mandarin's Skipper's spouse aboard as assistant navigator:Rate it:

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speak forTo claim, reserve, or occupy.Rate it:

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speak for oneselfExpressing disagreement with an opinion expressed by another.Rate it:

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speak for oneselfTo provide an opinion only on one's own behalf.Rate it:

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speak of the devilAn expression sometimes used when a person mentioned in the current conversation happens to arrive on the scene.Rate it:

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speak of the devil and he appearsAlternative form of speak of the devil.Rate it:

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speak of the devil and he shall appearAlternative form of speak of the devil.Rate it:

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speak one's mindTo state one's thoughts or opinions honestly or frankly.Rate it:

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speak softly and carry a big stickDo not boast or utter verbal threats, but do make others aware that you are prepared to use physical force if necessary.Rate it:

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