Idioms

ill-disposed to (do something)
not friendly or favorable to something
Our company is ill-disposed to begin working on the project with the other company.
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  • ill-gotten gains
  • implicate (someone) in (something)
  • in (someone's) clutches
  • in (someone's) favor
  • in (someone's) name
  • in (someone's) prayers
  • in (someone's) shoes/place
  • in a bad mood
  • in a bad way
  • in a bind
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  • take the liberty of (doing something)
  • go to the expense (of doing something)
  • create an uproar
  • give way
  • in trouble
  • have contact with (someone)
  • not worth mentioning
  • eyes in the back of one`s head
  • shoot up (someone or something)
  • feel it beneath oneself to do (something)

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    Myth about Alcohol

    ALCOHOL CAN GIVE YOU A 25POUND LIVER

    The average human liver weighs somewhere in the vicinity of 3.5 pounds (roughly 1.5 kilograms) and the fact that excessive alcohol consumption can wreak havoc upon the vital organ is common knowledge. But this cautionary advice wasnt terrifying enough for temperance newsletters, one of which wrote that in some cases the liver [of a drinker] reaches an enormous weight, fifteen, and even twenty to twentyfive pounds being not uncommon.

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