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wet behind the earsInexperienced; not seasoned; new; just beginning.Rate it:

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dry behind the earsSeasoned or experienced; mature, especially with respect to judgment.Rate it:

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wet one's pantsto wet oneself, to urinate in one's clothes when they're being worn.Rate it:

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all wetThoroughly soaked; drenched.Rate it:

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all wetUtterly incorrect; erroneous; uninformed.Rate it:

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get one's feet wetTo begin gaining experience; To take a risk and try something new.Rate it:

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get wetTo come into contact with water or another liquid.Rate it:

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get wetOf a woman, to become sexually aroused, as indicated by the occurrence of the natural lubrication of the vagina.Rate it:

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ridden hard and put away wetMistreated; not properly cared for.Rate it:

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soaking wetsaturatedRate it:

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wet blanketA person who takes the fun out of a situation or activity, as by pessimism, demands, dullness, etc.Rate it:

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wet boyA contractor assassin or hit man.Rate it:

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wet dreamAn ejaculation or orgasm while asleep, often accompanying an erotic dream.Rate it:

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wet dreamAn exciting fantasy; a very appealing, ideal thing, person, or state-of-affairs.Rate it:

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wet one's beakTo drink a beverage.Rate it:

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wet one's beakTo take one's share from the financial proceeds of illicit activity.Rate it:

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wet one's whistleTo have a drink; to quench one's thirst.Rate it:

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wet planketA wet planket is a person who daunt othersRate it:

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wet the bedTo urinate in one's bed (during sleep).Rate it:

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wet the bedTo go bad, to fail (said of machines; a euphemism for shit the bed).Rate it:

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fall behindTo be progressively below average in performance.Rate it:

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leave behindTo abandon.Rate it:

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behind barsIn jail or prison.Rate it:

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behind closed doorsPublic disclosure.Rate it:

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behind its timeShowing characteristics of the past; present in one's work after later advances in the field; coming later than could be generally accepted.Rate it:

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behind somebody's backWithout somebody's knowledge; secretly.Rate it:

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behind someone's backWithout somebody's knowledge; secretly.Rate it:

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behind the bitAn equestrian term, meaning that the horse is evading the bit.Rate it:

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behind the counterOf drugs, dispensed by a pharmacist without needing a doctor's prescription or other form of compliance.Rate it:

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behind the eight ballAt a disadvantage.Rate it:

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behind the eight-ballIn a difficult situation or tight spot.Rate it:

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behind the scenesIn secret; out of public view.Rate it:

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behind the timesOut of date; old-fashioned; obsolete; outmoded; outdated.Rate it:

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behind timeLate, arriving late.Rate it:

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power behind the throneSomeone who appears to be without special status, but who has great covert influence on a person in authority.Rate it:

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put something behind oneTo recover from an unpleasant or traumatic experience; to overcome a negative feeling, especially anger, resentment, or grief.Rate it:

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stand behindUsed other than as an idiom: see stand, behind.Rate it:

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stand behindTo support; express one's supportRate it:

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stay behindAlternative form of stay-behind.Rate it:

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stay behindUsed other than as an idiom: see stay, behind.Rate it:

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stay behindTo remain where one is, whilst others leave.Rate it:

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stay behindTo remain in a classroom or school at the end of teaching, especially to receive punishment.Rate it:

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eyes closed all earsto listen to high fidelity music in the fullest senseRate it:

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little pitchers have big earsSmall children often overhear more of what is said than adults realize or desire.1844, Charlotte M. Yonge, Abbeychurch, ch. 2:Seeing me listening to something she was saying to Mamma, she turned round upon me with that odious proverb, "Little pitchers have long ears."1939, "Bedtime Bedlam," Time, 17 Apr.:A caution to U. S. parents, but a joy to radio merchandising, is the dread truth that little pitchers have big ears.2002, Stephen King, On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft, ISBN 9780743455961, p. 185:I suppose he might say pushed or went woowoo, but took a shit is, I fear, very much in the ballpark (little pitchers have big ears, after all).Rate it:

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all earsAwaiting an explanation.Rate it:

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all earsListening intently; fully focused.Rate it:

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all eyes and earsTo be attentive.Rate it:

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are your ears burningSaid of somebody who was not present but was the topic of discussion.Rate it:

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be all earsTo listen carefully or eagerly; to anticipate.Rate it:

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box your earsA Threat of Violence To { child or youth ] because of a minor infraction.Rate it:

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