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people who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stonesDo not criticize others if you have weaknesses yourself.Rate it:

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throw stones in a glass houseTo pointlessly endanger oneself.Rate it:

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people are peoplePeople are basically the same everywhere.Rate it:

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you shouldn't haveUsed to express gratitude at unnecessary generosity, especially when receiving a gift.Rate it:

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live and let liveTo be tolerant; to enjoy the pleasures and opportunities which life offers and to allow others to do the same.Rate it:

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go around the housesDo something circuitously.Rate it:

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safe as housesVery secure.Rate it:

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sticks and stonesEvocative of the saying "sticks and stones may (or will) break my bones, but words (or names) will never hurt (or harm) me".1957, Brendan Gill, The Day the Money StoppedRate it:

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sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt meA response to taunting proclaiming the speaker's indifference.Rate it:

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sticks and stones will break my bones, but words will never hurt meAlternative form of sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.Rate it:

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under glassIn a greenhouse, a cold frame, or a similar structure; said of the propagation and growth of plants.Rate it:

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under glassIn a glass case, like an item in a museum.Rate it:

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falling glassThe wall-hung mercury barometer utilized in the days of sail presented approximately thirty inches of height level of the mercury in it's glass tube in fair weather. When a vessel sailed into a barometric Low Pressure region, the mercury level became lower and tended to indicate the presence of oncoming thunderstorms, gales, or a possible hurricane.Rate it:

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glass ceilingAn unwritten, uncodified barrier to further promotion or progression, in employment and elsewhere, for a member of a specific demographic group.Rate it:

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glass-half-emptypessimisticRate it:

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glass-half-fulloptimisticRate it:

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heart of glassA very fragile romantic state.Rate it:

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looking glassmirrorRate it:

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under glassIn jail.Rate it:

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not to rewrite other people's wordsThe act of compromising to limiting ones word usage.Rate it:

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all things to all peopleSomeone or something that entirely satisfies the expectations of everyone, no matter how diverse and conflicting those expectations may be.Rate it:

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beautiful peopleFashionable, privileged, glamorous people, especially those belonging to international high society.Rate it:

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man of the peopleOne who shows understanding of and sympathy for the concerns of ordinary people, and who has a rapport with and acceptance by ordinary people.Rate it:

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

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people personSomeone who is happier or more skilled at dealing with people rather than things or concepts.Rate it:

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people's republicA self-designation of states with Marxist-Leninist governments.Rate it:

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people's republicA particular area with strong left-leaning tendencies, especially one with a certain level of autonomyRate it:

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people's republicUsed other than as an idiom: see people, 's, republic.Rate it:

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some peopleExpresses disgust at the actions of a person; a response to a person doing something silly, bizarre, nonsensical or ill-mannered.Rate it:

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some people have all the luckSuggests that someone is enjoying more success than they deserve.Rate it:

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woman of the peopleA woman who shows understanding of and sympathy for the concerns of ordinaries, and who has a rapport with and acceptance by them.Rate it:

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live onTo survive solely by consuming a certain thing.Rate it:

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live upTo fulfil the expectations placed upon.Rate it:

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do the best and live the restFirst do your work with your 100% dont think about the resultRate it:

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live downTo get used to something shameful.Rate it:

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I live in MelbourneExplains that the person lives in Melbourne.Rate it:

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live a lieTo conceal something about oneself, without the knowledge of which others cannot know one's true character or perspective.Rate it:

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live and learnAn exhortation to gain knowledge from living experiences. Commonly used after an accident or misfortune to indicate a moral lesson.Rate it:

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live beyond one's meansHave a lifestyle where one's spending regularly exceeds one's income.Rate it:

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live by the sword, die by the swordOne who uses violence can expect a violent response. It is better to try to use peaceful means wherever possible.(figuratively) One can expect dire outcomes from any vice; used to convey poetic justice.Rate it:

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live inTo reside on the premises of one's employerRate it:

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live in sinTo cohabit as if man and wife without being married.Rate it:

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live it upTo have a wonderful life; to live fully and have fun.Rate it:

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live it upIn the aftermath of successful ventures, many individuals often express a desire to celebrate or party, let down their hair and Live it up!Rate it:

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live largeTo have a lavish or overly-extravagant lifestyle.Rate it:

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live offto depend on financiallyRate it:

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live on the edgeTo have an adventurous or perilous lifestyle; to behave in a manner which creates risks for oneself.Rate it:

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live on the edgeTo be caught in an economic or societal situation which one did not choose, which threatens one's well-being or life, and which causes distress.Rate it:

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live oneA person, thing, or situation which is particularly interesting, noteworthy, or urgent.Rate it:

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live oneSomeone who is easily fooled, victimized, or ridiculed.Rate it:

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