Idioms

head over heels in love (with someone)
to be completely or deeply in love (with someone)
The girl was head over heels in love with the boy who she met at the party.
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  • head up (something) or head (something) up
  • head-on
  • heads or tails
  • heads will roll
  • hear (someone) out or hear out (someone)
  • hear a peep out of (someone)
  • hear from (someone)
  • hear of (someone or something)
  • heart and soul
  • heart goes out to (someone)
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  • call for (someone or something)
  • snow (someone) under
  • get a clean bill of health
  • farm (something) out or farm out (something)
  • miss the boat
  • come down to (something)
  • sweet-talk (someone)
  • make no bones about (something)
  • swift and sure
  • nose (someone) out or nose out (someone)

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