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when two sundays come together"When two Sundays come together/ meet" is used to talk about a situation that never occurs as two Sundays can never meet.Rate it:

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when two Sundays meetneverRate it:

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put two and two togetherTo figure out; to deduce or discern.Rate it:

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never in a month of sundaysAt no time whatsoever.Rate it:

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month of sundaysA very long time; too long.Rate it:

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never in a month of sundaysNever in a month of Sundays would I have imagined that you'd be this tall in real life!.Rate it:

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doesn't have two nickels to rub togetherReference an individual whom from all evidence and appearances is badly bent and broken relative to personal finances.Rate it:

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two for twoIn baseball, meeting two out of two attempts at-bat. Specifically, it means the batter has reached base safely two out of two times.Rate it:

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two for twoSuccessful at both of two efforts.Rate it:

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two pennies to rub togetherA minimal amount of money to live on; any money at all.Rate it:

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wouldn't give two hoots n a holler / ... two hoots and a hollerdefinition: it isn't worth much, or I wouldn't put much stock in it - it is not believable, or wouldn't pay attention to it.Rate it:

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come togetherTo assemble, to congregate.Rate it:

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come togetherTo harmonize socially; to come to an amicable agreement; to ally or band together.Rate it:

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come togetherUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: to come together. To meet. To arrive at a destination with someone after having travelled there with each other. To achieve orgasm at the same time.Rate it:

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come si!, come 'sah'Say Yes! or NoRate it:

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band togetherform a groupRate it:

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eat for twoTo be pregnant.Rate it:

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two sides of the same coinIndicates that two things are directly relatedRate it:

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hit two targets with one arrowSynonym of kill two birds with one stoneRate it:

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pull togetherTo unite for a common objective.Rate it:

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knock togetherTo assemble something quickly; to knock up.Rate it:

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a bird in the hand is worth two in the bushIt is preferable to have a small but certain advantage than a mere potential of a greater one.Rate it:

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fall togetherTo contract.Rate it:

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lump togetherTo put different items or groups together and treat them, or think of them as one single group.Rate it:

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pull oneself togetherTo become mentally focused after a period of being unfocused.Rate it:

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scrape togetherTo collect, assemble or gather small amounts , from various sources, with some difficulty.Rate it:

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two wrongs make a rightA logical fallacy whereby a wrongful action is justified by the commission of anotherRate it:

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please take it down a notch or two!Your objections are expressed in strong tones of violence!Rate it:

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Appendix:Snowclones/X, Y, and Z—pick any twoIntroduces three desirable qualities or resources that a person, company or project can not have simultaneously; they will lack one of the three options.Rate it:

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be of two mindsTo be undecided or unsure; to equivocate; to have multiple opinions.Rate it:

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beast with two backsTwo people engaged in sexual intercourse.Rate it:

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birds of a feather flock togetherPeople of similar character, background, or taste tend to congregate or associate with one another.Rate it:

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birds of the feather flock togetherPeople who are alike physically tend to congregate and socialize together, despite government efforts at forced integration.Rate it:

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bring togetherTo cause people to do something together; to bring about togetherness.Rate it:

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bunk togetherTo share a sleeping arrangement, such as a bed, bedroom or stack of bunk beds.Rate it:

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call togetherTo request that assemble; to gather for a meeting.Rate it:

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cement togetherTo combine permanently, as with cement.Rate it:

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club togetherTo contribute money jointly with others.Rate it:

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cobble togetherTo put together without adequate preparation or equipment; to improvise minimally usable.Rate it:

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crash togetherUsed other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see crash,‎ together.Rate it:

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crash togetherTo bang objects together with enough force to generate a loud noise.Rate it:

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crash togetherTo cause objects to collide with great force.Rate it:

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crowd togetherTo push into an excessively small space; to pack tightly.Rate it:

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do not pass Go, do not collect two hundred dollarsAlternative spelling of do not pass go, do not collect $200Rate it:

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draw togetherTo cause to seek emotional support from each other; to cause to pull together or come together.Rate it:

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fall between two stoolsTo attempt two tasks and fail at both, when either one could have been accomplished singly.Rate it:

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fit togetherTo put the appropriate parts of into a whole; to combine pieces that go together to create a finished object.Rate it:

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fit togetherTo be able to be assembled in this way.Rate it:

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flock togetherTo come together in large numbers, like a flock; to join with others who are similar to oneself.Rate it:

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for two pinsReadily, with only the slightest encouragement.Rate it:

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