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keyword: Able
Able To Breathe Easily Again »
(feel comfortable again because the danger is gone...)

Able To Do Something Blindfolded »
(it is easy to do...)

Able To Take Just So Much »
(losing patience; becoming angry...)

Not Able To Go On »
(cannot continue...)

Not Able To Make Anything Out Of Someone Or »
(don't understand it at all...)

A Force To Be Reckoned With »
(strong; powerful; able to compete...)

All Thumbs »
(clumsy; uncoordinated; not able to hold things without dropping them; clumsy and dropping things...)

At Hand »
(nearby; one is able to reach for it...)

At One's Best »
(doing as well as one is able to do...)

At Wit's End »
(not able to come up with a solution...)

Balled Up »
(stuck together; confused; not able to move smoothly...)

Can't Carry A Tune »
(is not able to sing a song properly...)

Capable Of Doing Something »
(able to do it; strong enough; willing to do a hurtful act...)

Caught In The Middle »
(not able to go the one way or the other way...)

Divide And Conquer »
(make sure that one's enemy is not able to organize, then defeat the disorganized opponents...)

Down For The Count »
(one is not able to continue, like a fighter who has fallen and cannot get up...)

Get A Handle On Something »
(be able to control it better...)

Get A Lot Of Mileage Out Of Something »
(able to use it for a long time; a car or other thing which lasts a long time...)

Get Along On A Shoestring »
(be able to live while spending very little money...)

Get Along Without Someone Or Something »
(one is able to continue after the other is gone...)

Get Back On One's Feet »
(able to move around after having been unable to walk due to sickness or injury...)

Get By On Something »
(able to live or survive with only that thing...)

Get By With Something »
(able to function or continue with only that thing...)

Have A Good Command Of Something »
(be able to do or use it well...)

I Didn't Catch Your Name »
(i was not able to hear your name so please say it again...)

In All Good Conscience »
(able to feel good about what one has done...)

Live Beyond One's Means »
(spend more money than one is able to earn...)

See Double »
(one's eyes are not able to focus correctly; one see's two images...)

See Red »
(become so angry that one can only feel the anger and is not able to think...)

Slip Through Someone's Fingers »
(one was not able to catch it; one was close but could not grab it...)

Stand On One's Own Two Feet »
(independent; able to take care of oneself...)

You Can't Be All Things To All People »
(able to satisfy everyone's needs...)



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