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Sunday, December 4, 2016
Idiom of the Day: (not) half the person/man/woman (one) used to be
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Having a reduced, diminished, or weakened physique, disposition, conviction, prowess, or mental acuity, as after some action, event, or trauma. Sometimes used in the negative but to the same effect.

not half the man he used to be

(not) half the person/man/woman (one) used to be Having a reduced, diminished, or weakened physique, disposition, conviction, prowess, or mental acuity, as a...

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12/03/2016 at 07:40. Facebook
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Idiom of the Day: gunner's daughter
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obsolete A cannon or other such armament used on a naval vessel, to which seamen were bound so as to receive lashings during corporal punishment. (Usually used with the verbs marry, kiss, or hug + the.)

gunner's daughter

gunner's daughter obsolete A cannon or other such armament used on a naval vessel, to which seamen were bound so as to receive lashings during corporal punis...

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Friday, December 2, 2016
Idiom of the Day: guilty pleasure
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Something that one enjoys or finds pleasurable but knows or feels to be bad, inferior, aberrant, or lowbrow, especially as might be perceived or judged by other people.

guilty pleasure

guilty pleasure Something that one enjoys or finds pleasurable but knows or feels to be bad, inferior, aberrant, or lowbrow, especially as might be perceived...

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Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Idiom of the Day: good for nothing
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Entirely without value; of no use whatsoever. (Hyphenated if used as a modifier before a noun.)

good for nothing

good for nothing Entirely without value; of no use whatsoever. (Hyphenated if used as a modifier before a noun.) This junky old computer my dad gave me is go...

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11/29/2016 at 16:53. Facebook
Saturday, November 26, 2016
Idiom of the Day: good books
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Favorable, kindly, or approving regard or treatment. Usually used in the phrase "in someone's good books" or some variation thereof.

good books

good books Favorable, kindly, or approving regard or treatment. Usually used in the phrase "in (someone's) good books" or some variation thereof. John's been...

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Friday, November 25, 2016
Idiom of the Day: have good antennae
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To be very sensitive (to something); to have a keen sense of detection or perception. Likened to the antennae of (e.g.) an insect, which are extremely sensitive to environmental stimuli.

have good antennae

have good antennae To be very sensitive (to something); to have a keen sense of detection or perception. Likened to the antennae of (e.g.) an insect, which a...

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Thursday, November 24, 2016
Idiom of the Day: a gong show
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A wild, chaotic, ridiculous, and/or disastrous event. Sometimes written as "gongshow." From the 1976–1978 television show The Gong Show, an amateur talent contest in which judges would end particularly bad acts by striking a giant gong. Primarily heard in Canada.

a gong show

a gong show A wild, chaotic, ridiculous, andor disastrous event. Sometimes written as gongshow. From the 1976–1978 television show The Gong Show, an amateur ...

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Wednesday, November 23, 2016
Idiom of the Day: golf widow
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A woman whose husband frequently absents himself from home so as to go and play golf.

golf widow

golf widow A woman whose husband frequently absents himself from home so as to go and play golf. I thought I would finally see more of John after his retirem...

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Idiom of the Day: a fishbowl
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A place, situation, or environment in which one has little or no privacy. A reference to the (typically) spherical bowls in which pet fish are often kept, which can be seen into from all sides.

a fish bowl

a fishbowl A place, situation, or environment in which one has little or no privacy. A reference to the (typically) spherical bowls in which pet fish are oft...

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Sunday, November 20, 2016
Idiom of the Day: golden touch
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The ability to earn a large amount of money or be very successful in any endeavor. From the Greek myth of King Midas, who was granted the ability to turn anything he touched into solid gold.

golden touch

golden touch The ability to earn a large amount of money or be very successful in any endeavor. From the Greek myth of King Midas, who was granted the abilit...

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Saturday, November 19, 2016
Idiom of the Day: golden ticket
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A person, thing, quality, ability, or accomplishment that provides a reliable opportunity for great financial or personal success.

golden ticket

golden ticket A person, thing, quality, ability, or accomplishment that provides a reliable opportunity for great financial or personal success. My programmi...

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Thursday, November 17, 2016
Idiom of the Day: golden goose
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A person, thing, or organization that is or has the potential to earn a lot of money for a long period of time. Taken from a folk tale of a goose that would lay a golden egg once a day, but was killed by its owner because he wanted all of its gold at once.

golden goose

golden goose A person, thing, or organization that is or has the potential to earn a lot of money for a long period of time. Taken from a folk tale of a goos...

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