Idioms

rooted to the spot
to be unable to move because of fear or surprise
The boy was rooted to the spot as he watched the dog attack the rabbit.
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  • rope (someone) into (doing something)
  • rotten to the core
  • rough it
  • rough up (someone) or rough (someone) up
  • rough-and-ready
  • rough-and-tumble
  • round off (something) or round (something) off
  • round out (something) or round (something) out
  • round up (someone or something) or round (someone or something) up
  • round-robin letter
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  • a holy terror
  • sit in on (something)
  • return the favor
  • on the point of (doing something)
  • word to the wise
  • up to here with (someone or something)
  • piggy bank
  • hand over fist
  • run out of patience
  • get out from under (someone or something)

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