Category:English idioms

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  1. fourth gear
  2. singe one's wings
  3. the matter
  4. flat strap
  5. teething trouble
  6. criss-cross applesauce
  7. nature of the beast
  8. throw dust in someone's eyes
  9. flog a dead pony
  10. plant one's feet
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  1. like it or lump it
  2. lump to one's throat
  3. back-cloth star
  4. butterfly upon a wheel
  5. all over oneself
  6. in and of itself
  7. at the top of one's voice
  8. pick out of a hat
  9. twenty winks
  10. raised by wolves

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English phrases understood by subjective, as opposed to literal meanings.

For information on how to construct the canonical form, see Wiktionary:Criteria for inclusion#Idiomatic phrases

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