lay up (something) or lay (something) up
to collect a supply of something, to save something for future use, to store something
We are planning to lay up some canned fruit for the winter.
lay waste (to something) or lay (something) to waste
lay/light into (someone)
lay/light into (something)
lead (someone) by the nose
lead (someone) down the garden path
lead (someone) on
lead (someone) on a merry chase
lead (someone) to (do something)
lead (someone) to believe (something)
in one's second childhood
walk out of (something)
get (something) out in the open
good old days
at the present time
take a bow
pull one`s weight
the pick of (something)
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