Idioms

raise havoc with (someone or something)
to create confusion or disruption for or against someone or something
The bad weather raised havoc with our plans to clean up the area around our house.
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  • raise hell with (someone or something)
  • raise one's sights
  • raise one's voice to (someone)
  • rake (someone) over the coals
  • rake (something) off or rake off (something)
  • rake in the money
  • rally around (someone or something)
  • ram (something) down (someone`s) throat
  • ramble on about (someone or something)
  • rank and file
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  • break down (something) or break (something) down
  • on deck
  • call of nature
  • kick up one`s heels
  • play around/about with (someone or something)
  • stumble across/upon (someone or something)
  • take (something) to heart
  • open up a can of worms
  • brew a plot

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