Idioms

say a mouthful
to say something of great importance/meaning/length
"You certainly said a mouthful," I said when my friend began to tell me about his complaint.
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  • say grace
  • say one`s piece
  • say the word
  • say uncle
  • scale (something) down
  • scare (someone) out of his or her wits
  • scare (someone) silly
  • scare (someone) stiff
  • scare the (living) daylights out of (someone)
  • scare up (somebody or something) or scare (somebody or something) up
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  • fond of (someone or something)
  • plug up (something) or plug (something) up
  • roll back (a price)
  • hazard an opinion
  • of late
  • one foot in the grave
  • in the pink
  • face to face
  • head over heels in love (with someone)
  • lose one`s temper

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