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All Wet »
(one's body is completely covered in water...)

Almost Lost It »
(almost lost control of one's thoughts, one's feelings, or one's body; almost started laughing; almost vomited...)

Beat Him Up »
(punch and kick that person; hit that person's body...)

Bump Into »
(one's body accidentally hits another; one did not plan to meet the other...)

Feel Fit »
(one's body feels strong and comfortable...)

Feel Something In One's Bones »
(one has a knowledge about something, and feels that knowledge as a deep sensation in one's body...)

From Head To Toe »
(the persons entire body, including all of their skin...)

From Tip To Toe »
(the whole length of the person's body...)

Get A Checkup »
(when a specialist checks over a body to see if it is okay...)

Get A Clean Bill Of Health »
(a doctor or specialist says that the body has no problems...)

Get Physical With Someone »
(touch that persons body; use physical force to strike or move a person...)

Get The Lead Out »
(move ones body, so one is more comfortable moving...)

On One's Person »
(on has it with one; on is holding it on one's body...)

Out Of Shape »
(weak or fat; one's body is not strong and fit...)

Sit Bolt Upright »
(one is sitting with ones upper body perfectly straight...)



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