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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  • second wind
  • have a lot going (for one)
  • hell and high water
  • so soon
  • with one hand tied behind one's back
  • make oneself at home
  • take a gander at (someone or something)
  • blow out (something) or blow (something) out
  • off the subject
  • hold up (someone or something) or hold (someone or something) up


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