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meet withUsed other than as an idiom: see meet, with.Rate it:

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mend fencesTo repair damage to a friendship or relationship after a disagreement or other mishap.Rate it:

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Mexican standoffA confrontation between two or more armed parties, neither of which wants to attack first (fearing that the other could retaliate), but neither of which will disarm (for fear the other will attack).Rate it:

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mint chocolate chipUsed other than as an idiom: see mint, chocolate chip.Rate it:

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modest proposalUsed other than as an idiom: see modest, proposal.Rate it:

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morning personA person whose who wakes up without difficulty early each morning and who is alert and active during the first part of the day.Rate it:

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mother lodeA large or rich vein of gold or of another precious mineral from which other branches extend.Rate it:

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move forwardUsed other than as an idiom: see move, forward.Rate it:

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muffin topUsed other than as an idiom: see muffin, top; the top of a muffin, sometimes removed to be eaten separately.Rate it:

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mutual admiration societyA group of two or more people, in a workplace or other social environment, who routinely express considerable esteem and support for one another, sometimes to the point of exaggeration or pretense.Rate it:

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na-na na-na boo-boo[c. mid 20th century?] A taunt or putdown, typically used to indicate that the speaker believes he or she has beaten the listener in a competition or is better in some other way or in a general sense; or an expression of satisfaction that the listener has received some supposedly deserved minor punishment or misfortune (a schadenfreude).Rate it:

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necker's knobA knob attached to the steering wheel of an automobile, especially before the widespread availability of power steering, helping the driver steer with one arm and leaving the other arm free to provide romantic attention to a companion.Rate it:

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new townUsed other than as an idiom: see new, town.Rate it:

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night outSpending the evening away from one's usual residence. The phrase typically implies going to a restaurant, going to watch entertainment, or other types of urban nightlife, starting from about 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and lasting until approximately 11:00 pm or later.Rate it:

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nip and tuckSo evenly matched that the advantage shifts from one to the other, and the outcome is uncertain.Rate it:

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no man is an islandAll people are connected to other people and dependent on other people.1623, John Donne, Rate it:

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no two ways about itNo other possible action, choice or option.Rate it:

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not longUsed other than as an idiom: see not, long.Rate it:

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not outUsed other than as an idiom. not out; in.Rate it:

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not see straightUsed other than as an idiom: see not, see, straight.Rate it:

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not to sayUsed other than as an idiom: see not, to, say.Rate it:

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nut-cutting timeTime to gather nuts before they are taken by other animals or buried in snow.Rate it:

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of a pieceUsed other than as an idiom: see of, a, piece.Rate it:

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of all peopleEspecially; more than other people.Rate it:

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of that ilkUsed other than as an idiom. Of that kind; of the same kind of person or thing as the one just mentioned.Rate it:

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off one's gameC. 1910, Ralph Henry Barbour, "The Dub" in The New Boy at Hilltop and Other Stories.Rate it:

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off one's medsUsed other than as an idiom: see off, meds.Rate it:

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oh my AllahUsed other than as an idiom: see oh, my, Allah.Rate it:

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oil and waterTwo things which are incapable of mixing or coexisting harmoniously with each other.Rate it:

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old enough to voteUsed other than as an idiom.Rate it:

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old sodUsed other than as an idiom: see old, sod (person).Rate it:

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older adultUsed other than as an idiom: see older, adult.Rate it:

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on one's kneesUsed other than as an idiom.Rate it:

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on paperUsed other than as an idiom: see on, paper.Rate it:

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on the bubbleHaving qualification for an event depend on the upcoming performances of other competitors.Rate it:

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on the clockIn the official time expired in a game or other sporting event.Rate it:

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on the clockIn the official time remaining in a game or other sporting event.Rate it:

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on the down-lowSecretly sleeping with someone other than one's partner.Rate it:

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on the down-low(of a male) Publicly identifying as heterosexual but secretly having sex with other men.Rate it:

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on the takeCorrupt; receiving bribes or other improper payments.Rate it:

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on the trotsuccessively, in succession; one after the other.Rate it:

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on the wagonBy extension, maintaining a program of self-improvement or abstinence from some other undesirable habit.Rate it:

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once moreUsed other than as an idiom: see once, more.Rate it:

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one and allEach one.Rate it:

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one anothereach otherRate it:

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one step at a timeSlowly and carefully, ensuring that each action has been completed successfully before taking the next.Rate it:

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one thousandUsed in a common chronometric counting scheme, in which each iteration is sequentially numbered and supposed to be approximately one second in length.Rate it:

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one too manyUsed other than as an idiom: see one, too, many.Rate it:

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one-horse raceA horse race in which a single horse takes such a considerable lead that the other horses are no longer contenders to win.Rate it:

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one-horse raceAn election campaign or other competitive situation in which only one competitor is entered or in which only one competitor has a realistic chance of winning.Rate it:

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