Tough It OutMeaning: To remain resillient even in hard times; enduring. Throw In the TowelMeaning: Giving up; to surrender. It's Not All It's Cracked Up To BeMeaning: Failing to meet expectations; not being as good as people say.
To Miss A Kiss Is To Miss Some Bliss. A Throne Of Thorns. Like Learning From An Echo. Delays Bring New Ways. A Grim Grin.
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Wake Up CallMeaning: An occurance of sorts that brings a problem to somebody's attention and they realize it needs fixing. Beating Around the BushMeaning: Someone who is beating around the bush is someone who avoids the main point. Fight Fire With FireMeaning: To retaliate with an attack that is similar to the attack used against you.
What Am I, Chopped Liver?Meaning: A rhetorical question used by a person who feels they are being given less consideration than someone else. Lovey DoveyMeaning: The affectionate stuff that people do when they are in love, such as kissing and hugging. High And DryMeaning: To be left behind; abandoned. Being in a helpless situation without a way to … Continue reading Random Phrase Generator
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WORD OF THE DAY Eponymous ə-pah-nə-məs Part of speech: adjective Origin: Greek, 19th century \ 1 Relating to the name of something 2 Describing an item named after a subject in question Examples of Eponymous in a sentence "Her eponymous album was a hit, and now everyone knows her name." "The biggest stars have names that draw wide audiences, … Continue reading WORD OF THE DAY
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WORD OF THE DAY Cantankerous kan-tang-kə-rəs Part of speech: adjective Origin: Unknown, 18th century 1 Contentious 2 Uncooperative Examples of Cantankerous in a sentence "Our cantankerous mule has never been very cooperative, but he's only gotten worse with age." "My grandfather was known to be cantankerous, though he did have a kind side as well."
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Completion of Path Speech - Presentation Mastery Path Speech Title : 5A's - My latent needs as a speaker Do you know the Uniqueness of your name? Do you see something Different in my Name? I noticed that I have 5 A's in my English Spelt Name. Fellow Toastmasters and Distinguished guests. About … Continue reading My Speeches at Toastmasters Clubs
Remember to turn the lights off when you leave a room! Write a complimentary note for someone Feeling brave? Give blood Someone looking lost? Help them with directions Pay for someone’s bus ticket
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