Idioms

let (someone) off the hook
to excuse someone from a penalty or a promise
My boss let me off the hook and I did not have to stay after work and help clean the office.
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  • let (something) go
  • let (something) loose
  • let (something) off or let off (something)
  • let (something) pass
  • let (something) ride
  • let (something) slide
  • let (something) slide by
  • let (something) slip (out)
  • let (something) slip by
  • let alone (something)
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  • neither here nor there
  • keep late hours
  • rack one`s brains
  • right under one`s nose
  • drop by the wayside
  • talk until one is blue in the face
  • cancel (something) out or cancel out (something)
  • talk (someone) into (doing something)
  • for once
  • behind the scenes

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    Benefits of Iceberg lettuce

    Constipation

    lettuce and its juice can help stimulate the function and motility of the intestinal tract, relieve constipation and cleanse the colon. This wonderful vegetable can be braised, steamed, saut

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