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.
say one`s piece
say the word
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
fond of (someone or something)
plug up (something) or plug (something) up
roll back (a price)
hazard an opinion
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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