Idioms

yellow journalism
overly sensational newspaper writing
The newspaper story about the scandal was a good example of yellow journalism.
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  • yellow streak
  • yellow-bellied
  • yield the right-of-way
  • yoke around someone's neck
  • You bet your boots!
  • You bet your life!
  • You bet!
  • You can say that again!
  • You can't please everyone.
  • You can't take it with you.
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  • fit like a glove
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  • a ripple of protest
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