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nutty as a fruitcakeBehaving in an eccentric, foolish, or kooky manner; very nutty.Rate it:

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off like a prom dressMaking a start, or departing, very rapidly.Rate it:

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off the hookPerforming extraordinarily well.Rate it:

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old chestnutA well-worn story.Rate it:

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old hatSomething with which one is very familiar, or in which one is experienced or skilled.Rate it:

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on a shoestringOn a very tight budget; with few resources or little money.Rate it:

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on cloud nineVery happy, blissful.Rate it:

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on one's feetBeing well again after a bout of illness.Rate it:

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on the blinkFunctioning erratically, malfunctioning; not working or not working well. Usually refers to a mechanical or electronic device.Rate it:

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on the brinkVery nearly; imminent; close.Rate it:

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on the pointVery nearly; imminent; close.Rate it:

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on the point ofVery nearly; imminent; close.Rate it:

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on the spotAt that very moment; right away.Rate it:

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on the spur of the momentOn very short notice; spontaneously.Rate it:

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on the vergeVery near or close.Rate it:

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on the warpathVery angry or upset.Rate it:

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on trackOn a well-defined promotion path in an organisation, usually tenure.Rate it:

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on-the-spotIn the right place at this very moment.Rate it:

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once in a blue moonVery rarely; very infrequently.Rate it:

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one's blood is upOne is very angry.Rate it:

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one's heart in one's mouthvery scaredRate it:

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one-horse townA very small town.Rate it:

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onesie-twosieIndividually or in very small groups, rather in larger batches.Rate it:

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out of one's mindTemporarily mentally unstable; very distressed.Rate it:

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peaches and creamA very enjoyable experience.Rate it:

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pencil-neckA person with a very thin neck.Rate it:

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pencil-neckedHaving a very thin neck.Rate it:

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pencilneckA person with a very thin neck.Rate it:

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penny pincherOne who spends little money; one who is very frugal or cautious with money.Rate it:

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pick up where you left offto start up again in the very place that one has stopped.Rate it:

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piece of assA very attractive woman, when considered as a sex object.Rate it:

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pinchpennyOne who spends little money; one who is very frugal or cautious with money.Rate it:

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piping hotVery hot.Rate it:

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pissed as a fartVery drunk.Rate it:

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poor as a church mouseVery poor to a point of starving or begging.Rate it:

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pretty as a pictureVery pretty, very cuteRate it:

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proud as punchVery proud.Rate it:

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public intellectualA well-known, intelligent, learned person whose written works and other social and cultural contributions are recognized not only by academic audiences and readers, but also by many members of society in general.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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put someone down asTo assume someone has a particular character from very little information.Rate it:

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quick as lightningis very quickRate it:

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quiet as a mouseVery quiet, so as to not be heardRate it:

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race out of the trapsTo start something very quickly.Rate it:

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rain dogs and catsTo rain very heavily.Rate it:

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razor-sharpVery clever or quick-witted.Rate it:

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read me out!To understand a person very well.Rate it:

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red letter dayUsually very positive, sometimes very negative.Rate it:

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rediscover fireTo relearn fundamental concepts, principles or practices that had been previously well known and widely practiced at a prior time in human society.Rate it:

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rich as CroesusVery wealthy.Rate it:

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right as rainVery good; healthy.Rate it:

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