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keyword: Become
Amount To Something »
(become something important...)

At The End Of One's Rope »
(one cannot be patient any longer; one is ready to become very angry...)

Burning Yourself Out »
(working so hard that you become exhausted...)

Catch One's Death Of Cold »
(one is afraid that one will become very sick with a cold...)

Chicken Out Of Something »
(become afraid and decide to not do it...)

Clamp Down On Someone Or Something »
(not allow it to happen anyway; become more strict...)

Coming Down To Earth »
(become more realistic...)

Flip One's Lid »
(become very upset and explode in anger; become crazy...)

Flip One's Wig »
(become very upset and explode in anger; become crazy...)

Fly Off The Handle »
(become angry and start yelling; lose one's temper...)

Get A Thing About Someone Or Something »
(become interested in that person for some reason...)

Get Busy »
(become active with a lot of things to do...)

Get Cold Feet »
(become nervous and afraid to act...)

Get Gray Hairs »
(one's hair become white in color from old age or stress...)

Get Lost »
(not know where on is; go to where one does not know how to find things; become confused or forget; leave this place...)

Get Mad At Someone Or Something »
(be angry at that person; become angry because of what that person did...)

Get Mixed Up »
(become confused...)

Get Sick »
(become ill; get a physical illness...)

Get Well »
(become healthy after being sick...)

Getting Wise To You »
(become aware that someone has been doing something they were not supposed to do...)

In The Money »
(have a lot of money; become rich...)

Join Forces With Me »
(become partners; work together; form a team...)

On A Diet »
(eating less food, usually one is trying to become thinner; eating only certain kinds of food...)

Practice Makes Perfect »
(the more you practice, the better you will become...)

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

Striking Up A Friendship »
(become friendly with each other...)

Take An Interest In Something »
(start to become interested in it...)

Take Charge Of Someone Or Something »
(become the leader or responsible one in that situation...)

Take Ill »
(become sick; get sick...)

Take Sick »
(become ill; get sick; one's health has gotten bad...)



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