How time flies


  1. A bad hair day
  2. A bird in the hand is worth two in a bush
  3. A bolt out of the blue
  4. A chain is as strong as its weakest link
  5. A coward dies a thousand deaths, a brave man dies but once
  6. A day late and a dollar short
  7. A dead ringer
  8. A diamond in the rough
  9. A diamond is forever
  10. A dish fit for the gods
  11. A drop in the bucket
  12. A face only a mother could love
  13. A family is a place where principles are hammered and honed on the anvil of everyday living
  14. A fate worst than death
  15. A fish out of water
  16. A fool and his money are soon parted
  17. A friend in need is a friend indeed
  18. A friend to all is a friend to none
  19. A good man is hard to find
  20. A good run is better than a bad stand
  21. A heart as big as Texas
  22. A job worth doing is worth doing well
  23. A labor of love
  24. A legend in his own time
  25. A little bird told me
  26. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing
  27. A man after my own heart
  28. A man is as good as his word
  29. A man is known by the company he keeps
  30. A man of few words
  31. A man passes for what he is worth
  32. A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client
  33. A man's got to do what a man's got to do
  34. A man's home is his castle
  35. A man's word is as good as his bond
  36. A new broom sweeps clean
  37. A penny for your thoughts
  38. A penny saved is a penny earned
  39. A picture is worth a thousand words
  40. A place for everything and everything in its place
  41. A play on words
  42. A poor excuse is better than none at all
  43. A poor man's memories could be a rich mans Goal
  44. A right start in life is a career half made
  45. A rolling stone gathers no moss
  46. A she devil
  47. A stitch in time saves nine
  48. A thing of beauty is a joy forever
  49. A time for all seasons
  50. A time to live and a time to die
  51. A tree is know best by it's fruit
  52. A watched pot never boils
  53. A wise man listens to his own conscience
  54. A word to the wise is sufficient
  55. A-1
  56. Absence makes the heart grow fonder
  57. Absolute power corrupts absolutely
  58. Ace in the hole
  59. Ace up his sleeve
  60. Achilles Heel
  61. Acid test
  62. Across the board
  63. Act in haste, repent in leisure
  64. Actions speak louder than words
  65. Adam's apple
  66. Add insult to injury
  67. After all is said and done, usually more is said than done
  68. After the feast comes the reckoning
  69. Against the grain
  70. Age before beauty
  71. Ain't just waltzing around with you
  72. Ain't no fool like an old fool
  73. Albatross around the neck
  74. Alive and kicking
  75. All good things come to those who wait
  76. All is fair in love and war
  77. All our dreams can come true - if we have the courage to pursue them
  78. All roads lead to Rome
  79. All that glitters is not gold
  80. All things being equal
  81. All Thumbs
  82. All wet
  83. All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy
  84. All's over but the shouting
  85. All's well that ends well
  86. Always do right - this will gratify some and astonish the rest
  87. Always look on the bright side
  88. Always neat and tidy
  89. An apple a day keeps the doctor away
  90. An empty can makes the most noise
  91. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
  92. Another day, another dollar
  93. Any port in a storm
  94. Appearances are deceiving
  95. Apples don't fall far from the tree
  96. April showers bring May flowers
  97. Are you listening - get your head out of the clouds
  98. As a twig is bent the tree will grow
  99. As big headed as a mule
  100. As bitter as a gale
  101. As black as your hat
  102. As blind as a bat
  103. As brave as a lion
  104. As bright as a sixpence
  105. As brown as a berry
  106. As clean as a penny
  107. As clear as a bell
  108. As clear as the nose on your face
  109. As clumsy as a bull in a china closet
  110. As cross as a bear
  111. As dark as a pail
  112. As dead as a door nail
  113. As deep as a well
  114. As dry as a herrin
  115. As dumb as a mule looking for a new gate
  116. As empty as air
  117. As fair as a lily
  118. As fast as the Mexican two-step
  119. As fat as a porpoise
  120. As fine as a fiddle
  121. As flat as a pancake
  122. As happy as a dead pig in the sunshine
  123. As hard as a millstone
  124. As hard as a rock
  125. As high as a kite
  126. As high as the sky
  127. As honest as the day as long
  128. As light as a feather
  129. As long as a country mile
  130. As long as the day is long
  131. As luck would have it
  132. As mad as a March hare
  133. As many as Carter had little liver pills
  134. As neat as a pin
  135. As nervous as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs
  136. As pig headed as a mule
  137. As plump as a partridge
  138. As poor as a church mouse
  139. As proud as a peacock
  140. As pure as a angel
  141. As pure as mothers milk
  142. As pure as the driven snow
  143. As red as a beet
  144. As rich as was Croesus
  145. As right as rain
  146. As rough as a gale
  147. As round as an apple
  148. As sharp as a stick
  149. As slow as a snail
  150. As sly as a fox
  151. As smart as a steel trap
  152. As spry as a cat
  153. As stiff as a poker
  154. As strong as an ox
  155. As tender as a mother milk
  156. As tender as a mother's love
  157. As the crow flies
  158. As thin as a rail
  159. As tough as nails
  160. As ugly as sin
  161. As weak as a kitten
  162. Ashes of love are cold as ice
  163. Ask and you shall receive
  164. Ask me no question and I will tell you no lies
  165. Asleep at the wheel
  166. At first blush
  167. At your beck and call
  168. Babe in the woods
  169. Back in the good old days
  170. Back seat driver
  171. Back to basics
  172. Back to square one
  173. Back to the drawing board
  174. Back to the salt mine
  175. Back when Hector was a pup
  176. Back when I was younger
  177. Backhanded compliment
  178. Bad penny always returns
  179. Bad spelling is a remediable injury
  180. Bad to the bone
  181. Bad to worse
  182. Bad weather gets better, a bad man never does
  183. Bag of switches
  184. Bald as an eagle
  185. Ball and chain
  186. Barefaced liar
  187. Barking dogs seldom bite
  188. Barking in the wind
  189. Barking up the wrong tree
  190. Batten down the hatches
  191. Be careful what you wish for you might get it
  192. Be that as it may
  193. Be true to your teeth and they won't be false
  194. Beat around the bush
  195. Beat the band
  196. Beauty is as beauty does
  197. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
  198. Beauty is only skin deep
  199. Bee in your bonnet
  200. Behind every cloud is a silver lining
  201. Behind the eight ball
  202. Being so happy or food being so good, you could slap your grandma
  203. Bend like a willow or break like an oak
  204. Beside the point
  205. Best fish I ever flopped a lip on
  206. Best laid plans of mice and men
  207. Best looking girl I ever took a gander at
  208. Better a big fish in a little pond than a little fish in a big pond
  209. Better death than dishonor
  210. Better half
  211. Better late than never
  212. Better safe than sorry
  213. Better than a black land farm
  214. Better than a new pencil
  215. Better than bacon
  216. Better to be your friend's nettle than his echo
  217. Between a rock and a hard place
  218. Betwixt and between
  219. Beware of burning your bridges when you cross them
  220. Beyond the sunset
  221. Bide your time
  222. Big as a bear
  223. Big as a blimp
  224. Big as a goose egg
  225. Big eye little view
  226. Bigger is better
  227. Bigger than a blue dog tick
  228. Bigger than Dallas
  229. Bird in the hand is better than two in the bush
  230. Bird's eye view
  231. Birds of a feather flock together
  232. Black as pitch
  233. Black as the ace of spades
  234. Black sheep of the family
  235. Bless your little pea picking heart
  236. Blind as a bat
  237. Blind in one eye and can't see out of the other
  238. Blood is thicker than water
  239. Blood will tell
  240. Blow your stack
  241. Blown to smithereens
  242. Bone of contention
  243. Bony Moroney
  244. Born with a silver spoon is his mouth
  245. Bosom buddy
  246. Bottoms up
  247. Bow up like a cutting worm
  248. Boy was that a new wrinkle
  249. Break a leg
  250. Break a mirror and you will have seven years bad luck
  251. Break the ice
  252. Bright as a new silver dollar
  253. Bright eyed and bushy tailed
  254. Bring home the bacon
  255. Brown as a berry
  256. Brown noser
  257. Brownie points
  258. Bump on a log
  259. Burning question
  260. Burning the candle at both ends
  261. Burning the midnight oil
  262. Bury the hatchet
  263. Busier than a one armed paper hanger
  264. Business before pleasure
  265. Busting my chops
  266. Busy as a bee
  267. Butter wouldn't melt in her mouth
  268. Buy it for a song
  269. By the same token
  270. By the skin of your teeth
  271. By the sweat of your brow
  272. Calf rope
  273. Call a spade a spade
  274. Calm before the storm
  275. Came up smelling like roses
  276. Can it
  277. Can't live with them and can't live without them
  278. Can't make heads or tails of it
  279. Can't never could and never would
  280. Can't see the forest for the trees
  281. Can't see through muddy water
  282. Can't win for losing
  283. Captain of his soul
  284. Cardinal sin
  285. Carte blanche
  286. Cash on the barrel head
  287. Cast aspersions
  288. Cast pearls before swine
  289. Cat got your tongue
  290. Catch as catch can
  291. Catch some Z's
  292. Cat's meow
  293. Cattywampus or caddywampus
  294. Caught between a rock and a hard place
  295. Caught with your pants down
  296. Champagne taste with a beer pocketbook
  297. Change a fool against his will, he's of the same opinion still
  298. Change of heart
  299. Character secures respect
  300. Charity begins at home
  301. Charlie horse
  302. Charmed life
  303. Cheap as dirt
  304. Chew the cud
  305. Chew the fat
  306. Chicken squat behind the was pot
  307. Chickens come home to roost
  308. Children should be seen and not heard
  309. Child's play
  310. Chink in the armor
  311. Chip off the old block
  312. Chip on his shoulder
  313. Chock full
  314. Choose the lessor of two evils
  315. Christmas Eve Gift
  316. Clean as a whistle
  317. Clean slate
  318. Cleanliness is next to Godliness
  319. Clear as a bell
  320. Clear as day
  321. Clear as mud
  322. Clear the decks
  323. Clearer than glass
  324. Climb on the bandstand
  325. Climb the wall
  326. Clip joint
  327. Close but no cigar
  328. Close isn't good enough
  329. Close only counts in horseshoes
  330. Close shave
  331. Close that pneumonia hole/ gap
  332. Closer than the hair on a hog
  333. Clothes don't make the man
  334. Clothes make the man
  335. Cloud nine
  336. Clumsy as a bull in a china closet
  337. Clumsy as a new born colt
  338. Coast is clear
  339. Cock and bull story
  340. Cock of the walk
  341. Cockles of the heart
  342. Coin a phrase
  343. Cold as a blue northern
  344. Cold as a frog
  345. Cold as a witches broom
  346. Cold as ice
  347. Cold day in July
  348. Cold feet
  349. Cold feet sleep apart
  350. Cold fish
  351. Cold hands - warm heart
  352. Cold shoulder
  353. Cold turkey
  354. Come hell or high water
  355. Come off it
  356. Come what may
  357. Comes up smelling like a rose
  358. Company and fish stink after three days
  359. Conniption fit
  360. Conspicuous by one's absence
  361. Cooked his goose
  362. Cool as a cucumber
  363. Cop a plea
  364. Corny as a cup of corn
  365. Couldn't buy a setting of eggs
  366. Couldn't carry a tune in a bushel basket
  367. Couldn't hit the broad side of the barn
  368. Count your blessings, not your problems
  369. Courage of your convictions
  370. Cracked up
  371. Crazy as a Bessie bug
  372. Cream rises to the top
  373. Cries like a baby
  374. Crime doesn't pay
  375. Crooked as a barrel of snakes
  376. Crooked as a dogs hind leg
  377. Crooked as a snake
  378. Cross as a bear
  379. Cross your bridges when you come to them
  380. Cross your fingers for good luck
  381. Cry wolf
  382. Cultivate the talents you have
  383. Curiosity killed the cat
  384. Cut and dried
  385. Cut and run
  386. Cut me some slack
  387. Cut the coat according to the cloth
  388. Cut the mustard
  389. Cut the shenanigans
  390. Cut through the red tape
  391. Cut to the chase
  392. Cut your nose off to spite your face
  393. Dance with the one that brought you
  394. Day late and a dollar short
  395. Dead as a doornail
  396. Dead men tells no tales
  397. Dead ringer
  398. Dead to right
  399. Dead to the world
  400. Deader than a doorknob
  401. Deader than a mackerel
  402. Deeper than the deep blue sea
  403. Deeper than the Pacific
  404. Den of thieves
  405. Dependable as a mule
  406. Dependable as a spring flood
  407. Devil incarnate
  408. Diamond in the rough
  409. Different color of horse
  410. Different strokes for different folks
  411. Dig your own grave
  412. Dipstick
  413. Dirt cheap
  414. Discretion is the better part of valor
  415. Divide and conquer
  416. D-liver, D-letter, D-sooner, D-better
  417. Do an about face
  418. Do as I say do and not as I do
  419. Do not be anxious for tomorrow, for tomorrow will care for itself
  420. Do or die
  421. Do unto others shat you would have them do unto you
  422. Doctor Livingston I presume
  423. Does a leopard change his spots
  424. Doesn't have a leg to stand on
  425. Doesn't have two nickels to rub together
  426. Dog days of summer
  427. Dogs that don't kill sheep don't run
  428. Done in by a city slicker
  429. Don't aim at talent you don't have
  430. Don't beat a dead dog
  431. Don't beat around the bush
  432. Don't bite off more that you can chew
  433. Don't bite the hand that feeds you
  434. Don't burn your bridges
  435. Don't change horses in the middle of the stream
  436. Don't count your chickens before they hatch
  437. Don't criticize a man till you have walked a mile in his shoes
  438. Don't cry over spilled milk
  439. Don't cry your heart out
  440. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth
  441. Don't mess in your nest
  442. Don't muddy the waters
  443. Don't open Pandora's box
  444. Don't open that can of worms
  445. Don't play with fire and you won't get burned
  446. Don't pull the wool over my eyes
  447. Don't put all of your eggs in one basket
  448. Don't put any stock in it
  449. Don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today
  450. Don't sweat the small stuff
  451. Don't take any wooden nickels
  452. Don't throw the baby out with the bath water
  453. Don't upset the apple cart
  454. Double bind and still a going
  455. Double dog dare
  456. Double Dutch
  457. Double ugly
  458. Double whammy
  459. Drank till he was plum tipsy
  460. Dressed fit to kill
  461. Dressed up in his Sunday go to meeting clothes
  462. Dressed up to the nines
  463. Drinks like a fish
  464. Drummed out of the Army
  465. Drunk as a skunk
  466. Dumb as a box of rocks
  467. Dumb as a fox
  468. Dumb as a log
  469. Dumb as a post
  470. Dumb as a stump
  471. Dynamite comes in small packages
  472. Early to bed early to rise makes a man wealthy and wise
  473. Ears that look like a taxi cab with both doors open
  474. Easier said than done
  475. Easy as falling off a log
  476. Easy as pie
  477. Easy come easy go
  478. Eat crow
  479. Eat drink and be merry
  480. Eat your heart out
  481. Eaten out of house and home
  482. Eats like a bird
  483. Eats like a horse
  484. Eats like a pig
  485. Education is capital invested for the future
  486. Either sink or swim
  487. Elementary my dear Watson
  488. End of one's rope
  489. End of the story
  490. Enough is enough
  491. Enthusiasm conquers the impossible
  492. Even at the turning tide
  493. Every charitable act is a stepping stone toward heaven
  494. Every dog has his day
  495. Evil returns to evil doers
  496. Excuse my French
  497. Experience is the best teacher
  498. Eyes like a hawk
  499. Eyes see everything but themselves
  500. Face the music
  501. Fact is stranger than fiction
  502. Failure is the stepping stone to success
  503. Failure may be the stepping stone to success
  504. Faint heart never won fair maiden
  505. Fair and square
  506. Fair to middling
  507. Fair weather friend
  508. Faith can move mountains
  509. Fall from Grace
  510. Fall on your sword
  511. Falling apart like a cheap suit
  512. Familiarity breeds contempt
  513. Fancy free
  514. Far be it from me
  515. Faster than greased lightening
  516. Fat as a hog
  517. Fear can hold you prisoner, hope can set you free
  518. Feed that corn to the chickens
  519. Feel it in my bones
  520. Fell like a ton of bricks
  521. Feuding like the Hatfields and McCoys
  522. Few and for between
  523. Fifth wheel
  524. Find a penny, pick it up - all the day you'll have good luck
  525. Finders keepers losers weepers
  526. Finer than frog hair
  527. Fire answers fire
  528. First come, first served
  529. Fish or cut bait
  530. Fit as a fiddle
  531. Fit to be tied
  532. Fits him to a T
  533. Flash in the pan
  534. Flat as a fritter
  535. Flat as a pancake
  536. Flat footed as a duck
  537. Flesh and blood
  538. Fly by night
  539. Fly by the seat of your pants
  540. Fly in the ointment
  541. Fly off the handle
  542. Fly on the wall
  543. Foam at the mouth
  544. Follow the golden rule
  545. Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me
  546. Fools gold
  547. Fool's names and fool's faces always show up in public places
  548. Fools rush in where Angel's fear to tread
  549. For crying out loud
  550. For from the madding crowd
  551. For love nor money
  552. For the birds
  553. For the life of me
  554. For the umpteenth time
  555. For what it is worth
  556. Forbidden fruit
  557. Forever and a day
  558. Forewarned is forearmed
  559. Forgive and forget
  560. Forgive and you will be forgiven
  561. Fork it over
  562. Fought like a tiger
  563. Four aces short of a deck
  564. Four corners of the earth
  565. Free as a bird
  566. Fresh as a daisy
  567. Friends are the flowers in the garden of life
  568. Friends, Romans, Countrymen, lend me your ear
  569. Frog in your throat
  570. From bad to worst
  571. From here to Kalamazoo
  572. From here to ten buck two
  573. From pillar to post
  574. From stem to stern
  575. From the horses mouth
  576. From the word go
  577. From your lips to God's ears
  578. Full as a tick
  579. Full of beans
  580. Funny farm
  581. Further than the outhouse
  582. Fuzzy wuzzy
  583. Gag a maggot
  584. Gather rosebuds while you may
  585. Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration
  586. Get off your high horse
  587. Get use to it
  588. Get while the getting's good
  589. Get your ears lowered
  590. Getting the short end of the stick
  591. Getting your goat
  592. Give him an inch and he will take a mile
  593. Give him an offer he can't refuse
  594. Give the devil his dues
  595. Giving someone the cold shoulder
  596. Go ahead gourd head
  597. Go fly a kite
  598. Go for broke
  599. Go off half cocked
  600. Go whole hog wild
  601. Go with the flow
  602. God helps those who help themselves
  603. God moves in mysterious ways
  604. Goes up like a puff of smoke
  605. Going to be a cold day in hell
  606. Going to come a frog floater
  607. Going to come a gully washer
  608. Going to come a toad strangler
  609. Going to hell in a hand basket
  610. Gone but not forgotten
  611. Gone South
  612. Gone to bed with the chickens
  613. Gone to pot
  614. Gone to the dogs
  615. Good always wins over evil
  616. Good as gold
  617. Good beginnings make for good endings
  618. Good fences make good neighbors
  619. Good lord willing and the creeks don't rise
  620. Good luck comes to the man that earns it
  621. Good riddance to bad rubbish
  622. Goodie two shoes
  623. Goofy as a road lizard
  624. Got a bird nest on the ground
  625. Got a frog in your throat
  626. Got enough money to burn a wet mule
  627. Got more money than Ben Gump
  628. Got my mojo working
  629. Got the blues
  630. Got the reds
  631. Got up on the wrong side of the bed
  632. Grass doesn't grow on a busy street
  633. Grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
  634. Great minds think alike
  635. Great oaks from little acorns grow
  636. Greek to me
  637. Green as a gourd
  638. Green as grass
  639. Green eyed monster
  640. Green with envy
  641. Grin and bare it
  642. Grind to a halt
  643. Grinning like a mule chewing briars
  644. Growing like a weed
  645. Guilty as sin
  646. Gung ho
  647. Gut reaction
  648. Had me stumped
  649. Hair of the dog
  650. Half a loaf is better than none
  651. Half the battle
  652. Hand over fist
  653. Handy as a flashlight with no batteries
  654. Handy as pockets on a shirt
  655. Hang in there
  656. Hang loose
  657. Hang tight
  658. Happiness is a state of mind
  659. Happy as a dead pig in the sunshine
  660. Happy as a pig in slop
  661. Hard as a rock
  662. Hard fight with a short stick
  663. Hard row to hoe
  664. Hard to hold as a greased pig
  665. Harder than nails
  666. Harvest moon
  667. Has a skeleton in the closet
  668. Hasn't got the sense God gave a goose
  669. Hasn't got the sense of a Betsy bug
  670. Have a nice day
  671. He ain't got a leg to stand on
  672. He can't see the forest for the tees
  673. He cast a large shadow
  674. He couldn't see the point of a nail
  675. He got his neck rung twice and he's still a-floppin
  676. He got pulled before he was ripe
  677. He has a ace in the hole
  678. He has a hollow leg
  679. He has a stomach made out of cast iron
  680. He has deep pockets
  681. He has his own ax to grind
  682. He has his tail over his back
  683. He has lost his marbles
  684. He has run the gauntlet
  685. He is a dark horse
  686. He is a rake
  687. He is a ring leader
  688. He is a ring tailed tooter
  689. He is a straight shooter
  690. He is a wise old owl
  691. He is afraid of his own shadow
  692. He is as dependable as a fox in a hen house
  693. He is as honest as the day is long
  694. He is as stubborn as a lop-eared mule
  695. He is dealing from the bottom of the deck
  696. He is going to the dogs
  697. He is Hell on wheels
  698. He is hen pecked
  699. He is over his head
  700. He kicked the bucket
  701. He looks like death warmed over
  702. He needs a tight rein
  703. He rules with an iron hand
  704. He stumped his toe
  705. He takes one steps forward and two steps back
  706. He thinks it is gospel if he says it
  707. He who can does, he who cannot doesn't
  708. He who gets angry gets old fast
  709. He who hesitates is lost
  710. He who laughs first cries hardest at the last
  711. He who will not work shall not eat
  712. He will argue with a fence post
  713. He would complain if he was hung with a new rope
  714. He/she could go bear hunting with a switch
  715. He/she has a charmed life
  716. He/she has bats in the belfry
  717. He/she has the world by the tail
  718. He/she is a day late and a dollar short
  719. He/she is a pack rat
  720. He/she is feeling their oats
  721. He/she is going to have to bear the brunt
  722. He/she is tough as nails
  723. He/she is wiser than an old owl
  724. He/she who hesitates is lost
  725. He/she would take the quarters off a corpse's eyes
  726. He/she's just like an apple rotten to the core
  727. Head as hard as a rock
  728. Head is harder than a brick
  729. Healthy as a horse
  730. Hear hear
  731. Hear no evil-see no evil-speak no evil
  732. Heard that lip flop
  733. Heart as big as all outdoors
  734. Heart of a lion
  735. Heavens to Betsy
  736. Heavy as a tub of lard
  737. He'll argue with a fence post
  738. Hell hath no furry like a woman scorned
  739. Hem and Haw
  740. Here today gone tomorrow
  741. He's an odd duck
  742. He's got ants in his pants
  743. He's got ants in his pockets
  744. He's really bull headed
  745. He's rough as a cob
  746. He's slow, but he's old
  747. Hibernate like a bear
  748. Hide and seek
  749. High and dry
  750. High and mighty
  751. High on the hog
  752. Higher than a cats back
  753. Higher than a Georgia pine
  754. Higher than a kite
  755. Hind site is 20/20
  756. His beard is white as snow
  757. His belly shakes like Jell-O
  758. His head is as thick as an anvil
  759. His mind is a steel trap
  760. His/her elevator doesn't go all the way to the top
  761. His/her light's on, but nobody's home
  762. Hit below the belt
  763. Hit by a ugly stick
  764. Hit the sack
  765. Ho-Ho-Ho- and a bottle of Rum
  766. Hoist by your own petard
  767. Hold a candle
  768. Hold a torch
  769. Hold your horses
  770. Holy cow
  771. Holy Smoke
  772. Home is where the heart is
  773. Home is where you hang your hat
  774. Honest as the day is long
  775. Honesty is the best policy
  776. Hook line and sinker
  777. Hook or crook
  778. Hoot and Holler
  779. Hope is a waking dream
  780. Hope is hearing the melody of the future, Faith is to dance it
  781. Hope is like the sun which as we walk toward it, cast a shadow of our burdens behind us
  782. Horse and cart
  783. Hotter than a firecracker, but never hotter than a pistol
  784. Hotter than a pistol
  785. Hotter than a pot of collards
  786. Hotter than Hell
  787. How low can you go
  788. How now brown cow
  789. How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child
  790. Hung up, but not stress out
  791. Hung, drawn and quartered
  792. Hunters moon
  793. I ain't never
  794. I am a simple man with simple taste
  795. I am as lonesome as a polecat
  796. I am going to jerk a knot in your tail
  797. I am going to paint the town red
  798. I am going to slap you to the back side of no where
  799. I am just needling you
  800. I am off like a old dirty shirt
  801. I came, I saw and I conquered
  802. I can't make head or tails of it
  803. I could take a cotton to you
  804. I cried because I had no shoes until I saw the man who had no feet
  805. I did not fall off a turnip truck
  806. I didn't like the color of his money
  807. I didn't pull your chain
  808. I don't care if it harelips Georgia
  809. I don't give a tinkers damn
  810. I don't know him from Adam
  811. I double dog dare you
  812. I feel for you but I just can't reach you
  813. I feel it in my bones
  814. I feel like a rung out old rag thrown out with the wash water
  815. I feel like giving up the ghost
  816. I feel like warmed over death
  817. I had rather see them shake than rattle
  818. I have not slept one wink
  819. I have nothing to offer but blood toil tears and sweat
  820. I have other fish to fry
  821. I laughed till I cried
  822. I may be tall but I sure am short
  823. I might as well I can't dance
  824. I need that like a hole in the head
  825. I shall return
  826. I spy with my little eyes
  827. I wasn't born on a Christmas tree
  828. I wasn't born yesterday
  829. I will wear my heart upon my sleeve
  830. I won it fair and square
  831. I won't take no for an answer
  832. I would rather see them shake than rattle
  833. I would rather take a beating
  834. I wouldn't give you a plug nickel
  835. I wouldn't give you two bits for his opinion
  836. I wouldn't touch that with a 10' pole
  837. I wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him
  838. I wouldn't want to be in his shoes
  839. Idle hands are the Devil's workshop
  840. Idle mind is the Devil's playground
  841. If a black cat crosses your path you will have bad luck
  842. If a man tells you he can grow corn look in his crib
  843. If a wolf came to my house to eat he would have to bring a sack lunch
  844. If at first you don't succeed, try, try again
  845. If brains were lard, they couldn't grease up a good size skillet
  846. If he accidentally told you the truth, he would come back and apologize
  847. If I (he/she) had a brain, I (he/she) would be dangerous
  848. If I had my druthers
  849. If I had told you once I have told you a thousand times
  850. If I was on my way to hell with a car load of ice it would come a freeze
  851. If it ain't broke, don't fix it
  852. If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's a duck
  853. If life gives you lemons, make lemonade
  854. If music was food of love, play on
  855. If she had one more freckle she would have to carry it in the palm of her hand
  856. If she would screw her head back on straight she might not have to walk sideways
  857. If syrup was a nickel a sop I wouldn't have a biscuit
  858. If that don't beat the band
  859. If that kid don't leave home I'm going to break his plate
  860. If the Lord's willing, and the creek don't rise
  861. If the shoe fits, wear it
  862. If wishes were fishes, we'd all have a fry
  863. If wishes were for certain we would all be rich
  864. If wishes were horses beggars would ride
  865. If worse comes to worst
  866. If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem
  867. If you can't beat them join them
  868. If you can't say anything nice don't say anything
  869. If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen
  870. If you cast your net too wide beware that you don't get snared in your own webbing
  871. If you don't bend you are going to break
  872. If you don't milk everyday, the cow will dry up
  873. If you have seen one you have seen them all
  874. If you play with trash it will get in your eyes
  875. If you think you are talking to a backward person you might consider facing them
  876. If you want to dance you must pay the fiddler
  877. Ignorance is bliss
  878. I'll be a monkey's uncle
  879. Ill gotten gains
  880. I'll meet you last winter
  881. I'm a bit under the weather today
  882. I'm all ears
  883. I'm getting nowhere fast
  884. I'm going to carry you to the back of the wood shed
  885. I'm going to clean your plow
  886. I'm going to knock you into the middle of the week
  887. I'm going to nail him
  888. I'm in a nine line bind
  889. I'm not just blowing smoke at you
  890. In a coon's age
  891. In a nutshell
  892. In a pigs eye
  893. In a quandary
  894. In a rut
  895. In an interesting condition
  896. In cold blood
  897. In for a penny
  898. In for a pound
  899. In hot water
  900. In my mind's eye
  901. In one ear and out the other
  902. In one fell swoop
  903. In the Autumn of your life
  904. In the bag
  905. In the buff
  906. In the cart
  907. In the doghouse
  908. In the limelight
  909. In the offing
  910. In the pink
  911. In the red
  912. In the twinkling of an eye
  913. In trouble
  914. In your dreams
  915. In your face
  916. Indian giver
  917. Is the Pope Catholic
  918. Is you fall to the ground you get lost in the flood
  919. It ain't fit for man or beast
  920. It ain't over till the fat lady sings
  921. It goes against the grain
  922. It goes in one ear and out the other
  923. It is a dirty job but someone has to do it
  924. It is a dog eat dog world
  925. It is as clear as the handwriting on the wall
  926. It is as easy as falling off a log
  927. It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness
  928. It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness
  929. It is dark as a tomb
  930. It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of an needle, than for a rich man to enter into the Kingdom of God
  931. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye
  932. It is pea pickin' good
  933. It is two hole seater
  934. It never rains it pours
  935. It rolls off like water off of a duck's back
  936. It takes one to know one
  937. It takes people like you to make people like me
  938. It takes two to tango
  939. It will jar your memory like standing at South end of a North bound mule
  940. It'll all come out in the wash
  941. It'll be a cold day in July
  942. It'll be okay if the Lord's willing and the creek don't rise
  943. It's a catch 22 situation
  944. It's a far cry
  945. It's a long worm that never turns
  946. It's a piece of cake
  947. It's a real hum dinger
  948. It's a sorry dog that won't wag his own tail
  949. It's a two-dog night
  950. It's all in the eye of the beholder
  951. Its always darkest before dawn
  952. It's an ill wind that blows no good
  953. It's better to be safe than sorry
  954. It's cold as blue blazes
  955. It's going to rain little children
  956. It's is raining on my parade
  957. It's later than it has ever been before
  958. It's like opening a can of worms
  959. It's not over till the fat lady sings
  960. It's not the end of the world
  961. It's not whether you win or loose, it's how you play the game
  962. It's not worth the paper it's written on
  963. It's raining cats and dogs
  964. It's raining on my parade
  965. It's snowing down South
  966. It's the pits
  967. It's too little, too late
  968. It's your pipe full
  969. Jack of all trades and a master of none
  970. Jackpot
  971. Jerkwater town
  972. Jig is up
  973. Johnny come lately
  974. Johnny come lately
  975. Jump out of the frying pan into the fire
  976. Jump to conclusions
  977. Jumping the gun
  978. Jumpy as a cat on a hot tin roof
  979. Junk
  980. Jury rig
  981. Just a hop, skip and a jump away
  982. Just a stone throw away
  983. Just barking in the wind
  984. Just bear with me
  985. Just between you and me and the post
  986. Just bide your time
  987. Just deserts
  988. Just had a brain storm
  989. Just hunkey dory
  990. Just in time
  991. Katy bar the door
  992. Keep a stiff upper lip
  993. Keep body and soul together
  994. Keep it simple stupid
  995. Keep out of my hair
  996. Keep the ball rolling
  997. Keep those card and letters coming
  998. Keep two hands above high water
  999. Keep your eyes peeled
  1000. Keep your eyes wide open before marriage and half shut afterwards
  1001. Keep your fingers crossed
  1002. Keep your head above water
  1003. Keep your nose clean
  1004. Keep your nose to the grind stone
  1005. Keep your powder dry
  1006. Keep your shirt on
  1007. Keeping up with the Joneses
  1008. Keeps me on pins and needles
  1009. Kelly is under that hat because his legs are hanging out
  1010. Kick a man when he is down
  1011. Kick the bucket
  1012. Kicking up his heels like a cow going to pasture
  1013. Kill the goose that laid the golden egg
  1014. Kill them with kindness
  1015. Kill two birds with one stone
  1016. Kilroy was here
  1017. Kiss and tell
  1018. Kiss my grits
  1019. Kit and caboodle
  1020. Knee high by the fourth of July
  1021. Knee high to a grasshopper
  1022. Knee jerk reaction
  1023. Knee knocking scared
  1024. Knock back
  1025. Knock off work
  1026. Knock on wood
  1027. Know the ropes
  1028. Know which side your bread is buttered on
  1029. Know which way the wind blows
  1030. Knuckle down
  1031. Labor of love
  1032. Lamb to the slaughter
  1033. Land of hope and glory
  1034. Land of milk and honey
  1035. Last but not least
  1036. Last ditch effort
  1037. Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone
  1038. Lead by example
  1039. Learn the ropes
  1040. Learning is wealth to the poor
  1041. Left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing
  1042. Left holding the bag
  1043. Left in a lurch
  1044. Legs so bowed he couldn't herd a hog in a narrow lane
  1045. Lend a kindly light
  1046. Lend me your ear
  1047. Less is more
  1048. Lesser of two evils
  1049. Let bygones be bygones
  1050. Let not the sun go down on your wrath
  1051. Let one thousand flowers bloom
  1052. Let sleeping dogs lie
  1053. Let the cat out of the bag
  1054. Let them eat cake
  1055. Let there be light
  1056. Let your hair down
  1057. Let your light shine before men that they may see your good works
  1058. Level playing field
  1059. Liar, Liar pants on fire
  1060. Life is a stairway some are going up and others are going down
  1061. Life is not a dress rehearsal
  1062. Life is what you make it
  1063. Life of Riley
  1064. Light at the end of the tunnel
  1065. Like a bat out of hell
  1066. Like a chicken with its head cut off
  1067. Like a duck on a June bug
  1068. Like a man grasping for straws
  1069. Like a moth to a flame
  1070. Like a snowball on its way hell
  1071. Like being at a cake walk with no money
  1072. Like being in a candy store with no money
  1073. Like breaking a new pair of boots
  1074. Like grabbing hold of a dead fish
  1075. Like it or lump it
  1076. Like stink on a skunk
  1077. Like the pot calling the kettle black
  1078. Like two peas in a pod
  1079. Like walking a board sidewalk in high heels
  1080. Like water off a ducks back
  1081. Like white on rice
  1082. Limber as a peach tree switch
  1083. Little Miss Priss
  1084. Little pictures have big ears
  1085. Live and learn
  1086. Live by the sword die by the sword
  1087. Live fast and die hard
  1088. Loaded to the gills
  1089. Lonesome as a polecat
  1090. Long as a country mile
  1091. Long as a well rope
  1092. Long as the river
  1093. Long in the tooth
  1094. Longer than a row of cotton
  1095. Look before you leap
  1096. Look what the dogs have dragged in and cats won't eat
  1097. Looks good enough to eat
  1098. Loony as a goon
  1099. Loose as a goose
  1100. Loose lips sink ships
  1101. Lord love a duck
  1102. Lord willing and the creeks don't rise
  1103. Lots faster than a race horse
  1104. Love is the master key which open the gates of happiness
  1105. Love your neighbor as thyself
  1106. Lower than a snake's belly
  1107. Lower than a worm
  1108. Luck of the draw
  1109. Lucky as a rabbits foot
  1110. Lying is like being pregnant, sooner or later everyone will know
  1111. Lying like a dog
  1112. Mad as a hatter
  1113. Mad as an old wet hen
  1114. Main chance
  1115. Maintain the status quo
  1116. Make a beeline for it
  1117. Make a clean breast of it
  1118. Make a long story short
  1119. Make a mountain out of a molehill
  1120. Make haste not waste
  1121. Make hay while the sun shines
  1122. Make it a bakers dozen and I'll take it
  1123. Make no bones about it
  1124. Make ones blood boil
  1125. Make the fur fly
  1126. Makes me mad enough to chew nails and spit out BBs
  1127. Makes your hair stand straight on end
  1128. Man after his own heart
  1129. Man does not live by bread alone
  1130. Man of few words
  1131. Man's inhumanity to man
  1132. Many a slip from the cup to the lip
  1133. Many are called but few are chosen
  1134. Many hands make light work
  1135. Mark my words
  1136. Maxims are the condensed good sense of nations
  1137. May as well, I can't dance
  1138. Mean as a junkyard dog
  1139. Meaner than a piney woods rooter
  1140. Meaner than a rattlesnake
  1141. Meet your maker
  1142. Meet your waterloo
  1143. Men's evil manners live in brass; their virtues we write in water
  1144. Mess with fire and you will get burned
  1145. Mickey Finn
  1146. Middle of the road
  1147. Mighty oaks from little acorns grow
  1148. Milk of human kindness
  1149. Mind over matter
  1150. Mind your own beeswax
  1151. Mind your Ps and Qs
  1152. Mischievous as a cat
  1153. Misery loves company
  1154. Money burns a hole in your pocket
  1155. Money can't by happiness
  1156. Money doesn't grow on trees
  1157. Money follows money
  1158. Money is the root of all evil
  1159. Monkey see, monkey do
  1160. Monkey's uncle
  1161. More or less
  1162. More problems than Carter has little liver pills
  1163. More stubborn than a mule
  1164. More than I bargained for
  1165. More trouble than it's worth
  1166. Morning - Glory
  1167. Moving at a snail's pace
  1168. Moving like dead lice are falling off of you
  1169. Much ado about nothing
  1170. Muddier that a pig sty
  1171. Mum's the word
  1172. Must have a hole in the head
  1173. My crow is the blackest
  1174. Name your poison
  1175. Neat as a pin
  1176. Needle in a haystack
  1177. Needless to say
  1178. Neither a borrower nor a lender be
  1179. Neither here nor there
  1180. Nervous as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs
  1181. Never a borrower or a lender be
  1182. Never bite the hand that feeds you
  1183. Never give a sucker a break
  1184. Never mix business with pleasure
  1185. Never say die
  1186. Never say never
  1187. Never the twains shall meet
  1188. Never to old to learn
  1189. New beginnings - old endings
  1190. Nice as pie
  1191. Nip and tuck
  1192. Nip it in the bud
  1193. No common horse sense
  1194. No dice
  1195. No man can lounge into success
  1196. No man is an island
  1197. No matter how far you go, there you are
  1198. No monkey business
  1199. No need to reinvent the wheel
  1200. No news is good news
  1201. No one can make you feel inferior without your consent
  1202. No one is so blind as those that don't want to see
  1203. No pain no gain
  1204. No rest for the wicked
  1205. No rhyme or reason
  1206. No skin off my nose
  1207. No use beating a dead horse
  1208. No use closing the barn door when the horse is already out
  1209. Noisy as a new saddle
  1210. Nose running off my face
  1211. Nose runs like a spring branch
  1212. Not a hair out of place
  1213. Not fit to hold a candle
  1214. Not overdrawn, just under deposited
  1215. Not right now my mind is tuned out
  1216. Not the ill wind which blows no man to good
  1217. Nothing can need a lie
  1218. Nothing is certain but death and taxes
  1219. Nothing ventured, nothing gained
  1220. Now honey that is to much sugar for a dime
  1221. Now is the winter of discontent
  1222. Now that's a knee slapper
  1223. Nutty as a fruitcake
  1224. Nutty as a peach orchard boar
  1225. Nutty as a squirrel
  1226. O ye, of little faith
  1227. Odd and ends
  1228. Odd man out
  1229. Of the first order
  1230. Off his rocker
  1231. Off the record
  1232. Off the wall
  1233. Off with his head
  1234. Oh how time fly's when you are having fun
  1235. Oh that way madness lies
  1236. Oh what tangle web we weave, when first we practice to deceive
  1237. Oh, your grandmother was most particular
  1238. Oil and water don't mix
  1239. Okay
  1240. Okey dokey
  1241. Old as Methuselah
  1242. Old habits die hard
  1243. Old hat
  1244. Old so n' so kicked the bucket
  1245. Old stamping ground
  1246. Older than dirt
  1247. Older than father time
  1248. Older than the creek
  1249. On a wing and a prayer
  1250. On him/her like white on rice
  1251. On the ball
  1252. On the QT's
  1253. On the rocks
  1254. On the shoulders of a giant
  1255. On the skids
  1256. On the spur of the moment
  1257. On tinderhooks
  1258. Once bitten twice shy
  1259. Once in a blue moon
  1260. Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more
  1261. One bad apple don't spoil the whole bunch
  1262. One brick short of a load
  1263. One bubble short of plum
  1264. One foot in the grave
  1265. One for the road
  1266. One man's meat is another man's poison
  1267. One man's trash is another man's treasure
  1268. One sandwich short of a picnic
  1269. Only the good die young
  1270. Open mouth, insert foot
  1271. Out behind the wood shed
  1272. Out like a light
  1273. Out of sight out of mind
  1274. Out of sorts
  1275. Out of the coals and into the fire
  1276. Out of the jaws of death
  1277. Out of the mouths of babes come all wise sayings
  1278. Out on a limb
  1279. Out with the old and in with the new
  1280. Over the hill
  1281. Over the top
  1282. Oysters are not good in months that have not and R in them
  1283. Pack it in
  1284. Paddle your own canoe
  1285. Pain in the neck
  1286. Paint the town red
  1287. Pale as a ghost
  1288. Paper tiger
  1289. Pat on the back
  1290. Patience of Jobe
  1291. Pearls of wisdom
  1292. Peeping Tom
  1293. Penny for your thoughts
  1294. Penny wise, dollar foolish
  1295. People are dying today that have never died before
  1296. People in hell want ice-water too
  1297. Perseverance moves mountains or tunnels them
  1298. Peter Out
  1299. Physician heal thyself
  1300. Pig headed as a mule
  1301. Pigs ear
  1302. Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered
  1303. Pin money
  1304. Pink Elephant
  1305. Pipe down
  1306. Pipe dream
  1307. Piping hot
  1308. Play by ear
  1309. Play it again Sam
  1310. Play the race card
  1311. Play with matches and you will get burned
  1312. Plum tuckered out
  1313. Poor as a church house mouse
  1314. Poor baby, cry me a hand full of tears
  1315. Poorer than dirt
  1316. Potty mouth
  1317. Practice makes perfect
  1318. Practice what you preach
  1319. Pretty as a calico cat
  1320. Pretty as a new wagon
  1321. Pretty as a peach
  1322. Pretty as a picture
  1323. Pretty as a speckled pup under a red wagon
  1324. Pretty is as pretty does
  1325. Pride goeth before a fall
  1326. Principles are useless, unless embodied in action
  1327. Proof is in the pudding
  1328. Protective as a mother hen
  1329. Proud as a peacock
  1330. Pull the wool over your eyes
  1331. Pulled on like an old sock
  1332. Pure as mother's milk
  1333. Put any stock in it
  1334. Put up your dukes
  1335. Put your mouth where your money is
  1336. Quality of mercy is not strained
  1337. Quality time
  1338. Queer as a three-dollar bill
  1339. Quick as a banty rooster
  1340. Quick as a bumblebee
  1341. Quick as a wink
  1342. Quick as lighting
  1343. Quick on the draw
  1344. Quicker than a New York minute
  1345. Quicker than a rabbit
  1346. Quicker than a striped lizard on hot asphalt
  1347. Quicker than greased lightening
  1348. Quid pro quo
  1349. Quiet as a mouse
  1350. Quit your bellyaching
  1351. Rack and ruin
  1352. Rack my brain
  1353. Rack of bones
  1354. Rain on you
  1355. Raining cats and dogs
  1356. Raise his hackles
  1357. Raising cain
  1358. Ran like a scalded dog
  1359. Rank and file
  1360. Rat race
  1361. Read something into it
  1362. Read the riot act
  1363. Real McCoys
  1364. Red as a beet
  1365. Red as a rooster's comb
  1366. Red as a turkey's snout
  1367. Red letter day
  1368. Red skies at night, a sailor's delight - Red skies in the morning sailors warning
  1369. Red tape
  1370. Rest in peace
  1371. Rest on your laurels
  1372. Resting on a bed of hot coals
  1373. Revenge is best served cold
  1374. Revenge is sweet
  1375. Right as rain
  1376. Ring around the moon, storm coming soon
  1377. Ring down the curtain
  1378. Rise and shine
  1379. Roars like a lion
  1380. Robbing Peter to pay Paul
  1381. Rode hard and put away wet
  1382. Rode hard and put out to pasture
  1383. Roger dogger
  1384. Roll with the punches
  1385. Rolled off his tongue and went across town
  1386. Rolling stone gathers no moss
  1387. Root hog or die
  1388. Rotten to the core
  1389. Rough as a cob
  1390. Rule of thumb
  1391. Rules are made to be broken
  1392. Run like a scalded dog
  1393. Run like a spotted ape
  1394. Run like the wind
  1395. Run of the mill
  1396. Running after a shadow is a wearisome race
  1397. Running around like a chicken with its head cut off
  1398. Running like the hound of Hades was on him
  1399. Ryme nor reason
  1400. Sadder but wiser
  1401. Safe rather than sorry
  1402. Salt of the earth
  1403. Save for a rainy day
  1404. Saved by the bell
  1405. Saving face or losing face
  1406. Say what you mean and mean what you say
  1407. Scarce as hen's teeth
  1408. Scared as a rabbit
  1409. Scared as a rabbit in a fox hole
  1410. Scared out of my wits
  1411. Scott free
  1412. Screaming like a banshee
  1413. Screaming your lungs out
  1414. Secure as a house of cards
  1415. Seeing is believing
  1416. Seek and you shall find
  1417. Seize the day
  1418. Seize the moment
  1419. Selling a pig in a poke
  1420. Serious as a heart attack
  1421. Sets ones teeth on edge
  1422. Sew a stitch on Sunday and when you get to Heaven you'll have to take the stitches out with your nose
  1423. Sew wild oats all week long - pray for a bad crop on Sunday
  1424. Shake a leg
  1425. Shake his hand and count your fingers
  1426. Share and share alike
  1427. Sharp as a razor
  1428. Sharp as a tack
  1429. Sharp as a tic
  1430. She can't help being ugly but she could have stayed home
  1431. She don't know any better
  1432. She is 2 ax handles wide
  1433. She is a clinging vine
  1434. She is a cutie pie
  1435. She is a diddy-wah-dossey
  1436. She is a ring tail tooter
  1437. She is gonna have a hissie fit
  1438. She is just a weeping willow
  1439. She looks like a unmade bed
  1440. She paints with a wide brush
  1441. She was so ugly they had to tie a pork chop around her neck to get the dog to play with her
  1442. She will talk to a wooden Indian
  1443. She'll do she just won't do right
  1444. She's my sunshine
  1445. She's not working with a full deck
  1446. Ship shape
  1447. Shut my jaws 
  1448. Sick as a dog
  1449. Sight for sore eyes
  1450. Sign of the times
  1451. Sign your John Henry
  1452. Silence is golden
  1453. Silver tongue Devil
  1454. Sink or swim
  1455. Sit down and take the load off you feet
  1456. Sit down and talk a spell
  1457. Sit tight
  1458. Sitting duck
  1459. Six of one and Half a dozen of the other
  1460. Skill, not luck, leads to fortune
  1461. Skinny as a rail
  1462. Sleep like a log
  1463. Sleeps sound as a log
  1464. Sleepy as a bear
  1465. Slick as a bucket of snot
  1466. Slick as a cow pie on a flat rock
  1467. Slick as a mink
  1468. Slick as a whistle, or clean as a whistle
  1469. Slicker than a gut
  1470. Slicker than a sycamore sapling
  1471. Slicker than sin
  1472. Slippery as an eel
  1473. Sloth is the key of poverty
  1474. Slow as a broke clock
  1475. Slow as a snail
  1476. Slow as Christmas
  1477. Slow as dead lice
  1478. Slow as dripping syrup
  1479. Slower than Christmas
  1480. Slower than molasses in January
  1481. Sly as fox
  1482. Slyer than a fox in a chicken coop
  1483. Small as a mustard-seed
  1484. Smart as a tack
  1485. Smart as a whip
  1486. Smile and the world smiles with you
  1487. Smoke that in your pipe
  1488. Smooth as glass
  1489. Smooth as silk,
  1490. Snug as a bug in a rug
  1491. So broke that if it took a quarter to leave town, you couldn't cross the street
  1492. So country he still has cordwood on his breath
  1493. So sweet honey was dripping off of her tongue
  1494. So tight he squeaks
  1495. Soars like an eagle
  1496. Sober as a judge
  1497. Someone needs a spring tonic
  1498. Son of a gun
  1499. Sooner get blood out of a stone
  1500. Sooner get blood out of a turnip
  1501. Sour as a lemon gargle
  1502. Sow the wind reap the whirlwind
  1503. Sowing his wild oats
  1504. Spare the rod and spoil the child
  1505. Speak little -- hear much
  1506. Speak of the devil and he will appear
  1507. Spinning another long cord of yarns
  1508. Spoon full of sugar makes the medicine go down
  1509. Spring cleaning
  1510. Squeaky as a rat
  1511. Squeal like a stuck pig
  1512. Squirt blossom
  1513. Steady as a rock
  1514. Steeping my life in beauty brings color to my days and a song to my heart
  1515. Step on a crack break your mama's back
  1516. Stick like glue
  1517. Stick like tar
  1518. Sticks out like a sore thumb
  1519. Stiff as a board
  1520. Still water runs deep
  1521. Stone cold
  1522. Straight as an arrow
  1523. Strike while the iron is hot
  1524. Strong as an ox
  1525. Stronger than a bear's breath
  1526. Stronger than an acre of garlic
  1527. Stubborn as a mule
  1528. Stuck in a rut
  1529. Study long study wrong
  1530. Success comes through a clear, strong purpose
  1531. Sure as night follows day
  1532. Sweet tooth
  1533. Sweeter than honey
  1534. Tacky tongued
  1535. Tail between your legs
  1536. Take a back seat
  1537. Take a chill pill
  1538. Take a hike
  1539. Take a load off your feet
  1540. Take a rain check
  1541. Take a shine to
  1542. Take him down a peg
  1543. Take the bit between your teeth
  1544. Take the bitter with the sweet
  1545. Take the bull by the horn
  1546. Take the wind out of your sails
  1547. Take with a pinch of salt
  1548. Taken back
  1549. Takes one to know one
  1550. Talk is cheap
  1551. Talking to the walls
  1552. Talks in circles
  1553. Tall as a tree
  1554. Taller than a tall pine
  1555. Tattle - tell, tattle - tell you're going to grow a big ol' tail
  1556. Tender as a mother's love
  1557. That boy is shy a few cards of a full deck
  1558. That is a hair brain idea
  1559. That is a horse of a different color
  1560. That is music to my ears
  1561. That is my cross to bear
  1562. That is par for the course
  1563. That is the day we part company
  1564. That is the last straw
  1565. That is the long and short of it
  1566. That is the way the cookie crumbles
  1567. That is water under the bridge
  1568. That just slipped off your tongue
  1569. That makes me want to puke
  1570. That makes me whopping mad
  1571. That meal was larrupin good
  1572. That old dog don't hunt
  1573. That probably stuck in his craw
  1574. That road leads to nowhere
  1575. That takes the cake
  1576. That's a bitter pill to swallow
  1577. That's a new wrinkle on my old horn
  1578. That's about as stupid as a screen door on a submarine
  1579. That's all folks
  1580. That's it in a nutshell
  1581. That's the best thing since sliced bread
  1582. That's your ball of wax
  1583. The back of beyond
  1584. The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched, They must be felt by the heart
  1585. The best things come in small packages
  1586. The best things in life are free
  1587. The bigger the better
  1588. The blind leading the blind
  1589. The boss isn't always right, but he's always the boss
  1590. The buck stops here
  1591. The building that needs props is sure to fall
  1592. The call of the wild
  1593. The cats meow
  1594. The chance of anything happening today is nare to nothing
  1595. The course of true love never runs smooth
  1596. The cupboard is as bare as old mother Hubbard's cupboard
  1597. The cure is worst than the disease
  1598. The devil is in the detail
  1599. The devil take the hindmost
  1600. The die is cast
  1601. The difference between men and boys are the size of their toys
  1602. The early bird catches the worm
  1603. The exception of which proves the rule
  1604. The face that launch a thousand ships
  1605. The fat is in the fire
  1606. The female of the species is more deadly than the male
  1607. The first hen to cackle is the one that laid the egg
  1608. The game is afoot
  1609. The game is up
  1610. The good die young
  1611. The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
  1612. The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world
  1613. The hurrier I go the behinder I get
  1614. The kid can tear up an anvil with a rubber hammer
  1615. The left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing
  1616. The light was on, but nobody was home
  1617. The live-long day
  1618. The long and short of it
  1619. The more the merrier
  1620. The more things change the more they stay the same
  1621. The night is far gone, the day is at hand
  1622. The only sure thing is death and taxes
  1623. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself
  1624. The only way to have a friend is to be one
  1625. The ox is in the ditch
  1626. The palest ink is stronger than the strongest memory
  1627. The path of darkness may not reach the light
  1628. The path of light is easiest found by looking up
  1629. The pen is mightier than the sword
  1630. The perfect age is somewhere between old enough to know better and young enough not to care
  1631. The road is going to be a slick as a jar full of eels
  1632. The road is going to be as greasy as a greased pig in the sunshine
  1633. The road to Hell is paved with good intentions
  1634. The secret of success is constancy of purpose
  1635. The sky is the limit
  1636. The squeaky wheel gets the grease
  1637. The straw that broke the camel's back
  1638. The snow is falling
  1639. The sun is going down
  1640. The truth shall set you free
  1641. The way to a man's heart is through his stomach
  1642. The wolf is at the front door
  1643. The worm has turned
  1644. Their family tree don't branch
  1645. There ain't going to be any hanky panky going on around here
  1646. There is a hunters moon tonight
  1647. There is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow
  1648. There is a silver lining in behind every cloud
  1649. There is always room upstairs
  1650. There is blood on the moon
  1651. There is more than one way to skin a cat
  1652. There is no failure for the good and the wise
  1653. There is no place like home
  1654. There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved
  1655. There is something rotten in Denmark
  1656. There may be snow on the roof, but there is still fire in the furnace
  1657. There will be frost on the pumpkin tonight
  1658. They are double trouble
  1659. They are thick as thieves
  1660. They fought a good fight
  1661. They just go hog wild
  1662. They will fight tooth and nail
  1663. Thicker than a bull's hide
  1664. Thicker than fleas on a dogs back
  1665. Thicker than thieves
  1666. Things started on Friday are never finished
  1667. This place looks like a pig's sty
  1668. Those we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us, or we find it not
  1669. Those who laugh a lot live longer
  1670. Thought is the oil of the mind - worry is the acid that destroys it
  1671. Three sheets to the wind
  1672. Throw another log on the fire
  1673. Throw the key in the water bucket and keep on going
  1674. Tie the knot
  1675. Tight as a tick
  1676. Tight as bark on a tree
  1677. Tighter than old Dick's hatband
  1678. Till the chickens come home to roost
  1679. Till the cows come home
  1680. Time for the bullwhip
  1681. Time has run out
  1682. Time heals all wounds
  1683. Time in a bottle
  1684. Time is passing me by
  1685. Time is the enemy of men
  1686. Time is ticking
  1687. Time to bite the bullet
  1688. Time to hit the sack
  1689. Time to hit the saddle
  1690. Time to meet your maker
  1691. Time to put him out to pasture
  1692. Time to rest my dogs
  1693. Time to slap leather
  1694. Time to turn over a new leaf
  1695. Time's a wasting
  1696. Tit for tat
  1697. To everything there is a season
  1698. To hot to tango and to old to stroll
  1699. To live without loving is not really to live
  1700. To pooped to pop and to old to stroll
  1701. Too big for your britches
  1702. Too many cooks spoil the broth
  1703. Toot your own horn
  1704. Touched in the head
  1705. Tough as an old boot
  1706. Tough as old leather
  1707. Tough row to hoe
  1708. True blue
  1709. Truth is stranger than fiction
  1710. Turn a blind eye
  1711. Turn away the weary trader and your heart will turn to stone
  1712. Twenty [or Forty) miles of bad road
  1713. Twisted like a pretzel
  1714. Two are better than one - If one falls down, his friend can help him up
  1715. Two bits short of a dollar
  1716. Two heads are better than one
  1717. Two left feet
  1718. Two of a kind
  1719. Two plus two equals two - Two plus two should equal four
  1720. Two's company; three's a crowd
  1721. Ugly as a mud fence
  1722. Ugly as sin
  1723. Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown
  1724. Up a blind alley
  1725. Up the creek without a paddle
  1726. Upper crust
  1727. Use it or loose it
  1728. Use it up, make do or do without
  1729. Useless as a bucket with no bottom
  1730. Useless as a dry milk cow
  1731. Useless as a dry well
  1732. Useless as teats on a bore hog
  1733. Vanished into thin air
  1734. Variety is the spice of life
  1735. Vent your anger
  1736. Vicious Circle
  1737. Virtue is its own reward
  1738. Wait broke the bridge
  1739. Wait with bated breath
  1740. Waiting for the other shoe to drop
  1741. Wake up and smell the coffee
  1742. Walk a mile in his shoes
  1743. Walk on eggs
  1744. Walk the plank
  1745. Walk the shadows is to leave the light
  1746. Walk the walk and talk the talk
  1747. Want what you have and you will have what you want
  1748. Warm as toast
  1749. Waste not, want not
  1750. Watch pot never boils
  1751. Watch the pennies, the dollars will take care of themselves
  1752. Water over the dam
  1753. Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to drink
  1754. We are all in the same boat
  1755. We are going to have a knee slapping good time
  1756. We are going to have a mess of fish
  1757. We are not amused
  1758. We have seen better days
  1759. We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope
  1760. We will cross that bridge when we get there
  1761. Weak as water
  1762. Weak in the knees
  1763. Wear your heart on your sleeve
  1764. Welcome as the plaque
  1765. Welcome with open arms
  1766. Well healed
  1767. Well I swear
  1768. Well now if that don't beat all
  1769. Well slap me naked and hide my clothes
  1770. Well that sinks the duck
  1771. Were you born in a barn
  1772. Wet behind the ears
  1773. Wet blanket
  1774. Wet your whistle
  1775. Wetter than a drowned rat
  1776. Wetter than a wharf rat
  1777. What a tangled web we weave, when we practice to deceive
  1778. What blows in on a ill wind
  1779. What goes around comes around
  1780. What goes up must come down
  1781. What in the compound cat hair do you want me to do
  1782. What is the rigmarole about
  1783. What the cat dragged in and the kittens wouldn't have
  1784. What will be, will be
  1785. What you don't know can't hurt you
  1786. What's done is done
  1787. What's good for the goose is good for the gander
  1788. What's up doc
  1789. When all is said and done
  1790. When elephants fly
  1791. When God handed out brains you must have been out to lunch
  1792. When Hell freezes over
  1793. When it rains it pours
  1794. When pigs fly
  1795. When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions
  1796. When the cat is away the mice will play
  1797. When the cows come home
  1798. When the creek runs dry
  1799. When the fox preaches watch your geese
  1800. When the going gets tough the tough get going
  1801. When they were passing out brains, he was out plowing the south 40
  1802. When they were passing out brains, he/she hid behind the door
  1803. When they were passing out brains, he/she thought they said pains and didn't take any
  1804. When they were passing the brains out, he thought they said TRAINS
  1805. When you chase a shadow you run from the light
  1806. When you got it, flaunt it
  1807. When you lie down with dogs, you are going to get fleas
  1808. Where there is a will there is a way
  1809. Where there is life there is hope
  1810. Where there is much there is brass
  1811. Where there is no vision, the people perish'
  1812. Where there is smoke , there is fire
  1813. Whether you think you can or think you can't - You are right
  1814. While you live, tell truth and shame the devil
  1815. Whippersnapper
  1816. Whipping boy
  1817. Whistling children and cackling hen leave no room for gentlemen
  1818. Whistling woman and crowing hen never come to a good end
  1819. White as a sheet
  1820. White elephant
  1821. Who's hauling those logs
  1822. Why don't you just cry me a hand full of tears
  1823. Wide birth
  1824. Wider than a barn
  1825. Wider than the Mississippi
  1826. Wild goose chase
  1827. Willy Nilly
  1828. Win one for the Gipper
  1829. Win the battle and lose the war
  1830. Winners never quit and quitters never win
  1831. Wins hand down
  1832. Wise old owl
  1833. Wish in one hand and spit in the other and see which one fills up first
  1834. With age comes wisdom
  1835. With bells on
  1836. With flying colors
  1837. Wolf in sheep's clothing
  1838. Work and thou shalt have
  1839. Worn to a frazzel
  1840. Worry wart
  1841. Worst than a cloudy mind
  1842. Worst than stink on a skunk
  1843. Wreak Havoc
  1844. Wrinkled like a prune
  1845. X- Marks the spot
  1846. X that out
  1847. X-mas
  1848. Yankee Dime
  1849. You ain't just whistlin dixie
  1850. You are a dead duck
  1851. You are a dirty double dealing no good low down skunk
  1852. You are a sour pickle
  1853. You are a thorn in my side
  1854. You are acting like a child
  1855. You are adding insult to injury
  1856. You are as good as the best and better than the rest
  1857. You are full of piss and vinegar
  1858. You are going to be pushing up daisies
  1859. You are going to bite off more than you can chew
  1860. You are going to get my dander up
  1861. You are going to have to eat crow
  1862. You are going to have to eat humble pie
  1863. You are in way over your head
  1864. You are only as good as your word
  1865. You are right it gets in your blood
  1866. You are what you eat
  1867. You are your brother's keeper
  1868. You aren't getting up until you say uncle
  1869. You can buy it for a song
  1870. You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar
  1871. You can lead a horse to pasture but you can't make him eat
  1872. You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink
  1873. You can stand up or waller in your own self pity
  1874. You can tell a tree by the fruit it bears
  1875. You can't get water out of a rock
  1876. You can't help anyone till you help yourself
  1877. You can't judge a book by its cover
  1878. You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear
  1879. You can't mend a broken heart with a silver thread
  1880. You can't teach an old dog new tricks
  1881. You can't trust him as far as you can throw him
  1882. You don't give me the right of time
  1883. You don't know diddly squat
  1884. You don't stop laughing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop laughing
  1885. You drive a hard bargain
  1886. You got that right
  1887. You have a real tear jerker there
  1888. You have to give before you can get
  1889. You have to sow before you can reap
  1890. You have won half the battle
  1891. You have your glad shoe and mad shoe
  1892. You just hit the nail on the head
  1893. You just spun your own web
  1894. You keep me in suspenders
  1895. You live in a fools paradise
  1896. You look as you've been dragged through a hedge backwards
  1897. You look like someone who just shot your dog
  1898. You reap what you sow
  1899. You silly goose
  1900. You wouldn't be happy is you were hung with a new rope
  1901. Young Whippersnapper
  1902. Your name is mud
  1903. You're dirtier than the Mississippi and twice as crooked
  1904. You're eyes are bigger than your stomach
  1905. You're not just a tooting
  1906. You're nothing but a snake in the grass
  1907. You're number is up and time to cash in the chips
  1908. You're still wet behind the ears
  1909. You're treading deep water
  1910. Youth looks ahead, old age looks back and middle age looks tired
  1911. You've got till sundown
  1912. You've never had it so good
  1913. Zero tolerance
  1914. Zigger Zigger
  1915. Zip your mouth shut
  1916. Zip your zipper

Compiled by Sopharia Hurst
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