star in the east

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Etymology[edit]

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Phrase[edit]

star in the east

  1. A discreet warning that one’s trouser fly is undone.
    Synonym: XYZ

Usage notes[edit]

  • Sometimes used alone, sometimes as "there's (or there is) a star in the east".

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