Idioms

sack out
to go to bed, to go to sleep
I sacked out as soon as I arrived home last evening.
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  • sadder but wiser
  • saddle (someone) with (something)
  • safe and sound
  • safety in numbers
  • sage advice
  • sail into (someone)
  • sail right through (something)
  • sail under false colors
  • salt away money
  • salt of the earth
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  • no cigar
  • by a mile
  • come up to (someone or something)
  • cast aspersions on (someone)
  • smooth (something) over or smooth over (something)
  • keep one`s shirt on
  • pour out
  • hold the fort
  • teething problems
  • prime mover

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    Channel your inner poet

    Light some candles, pour a couple glasses of merlot, and whip out those poetry primers you still have from college. Reading powerful verses together may open up the doors of communication and lead to an intense, um, connection.

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