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keyword: Easily
A Fool And His Money Are Easily Parted »
(foolish people lose money easily...)

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

A Bull In A China Shop »
(a clumsy person in a place where they can break something easily...)

A Diamond In The Rough »
(a wonderful thing whose value is not seen easily at first look...)

A Fool And His Money Are Soon Parted »
(foolish people lose money easily; it is foolish to waste money...)

Afraid Of One's Own Shadow »
(fearful and easily frightened...)

An Open Book »
(easy to read; without secrets; one shares easily...)

As A Duck Takes To Water »
(comfortably, easily and naturally...)

Easy Come, Easy Go »
(something which we get easily can be lost easily also...)

Easy To Come By »
(something that can be found easily...)

Hands Down »
(easily; clearly; it is easy to say that one is better than the others...)

Have A Glass Jaw »
(can be stopped easily with one good punch to the jaw...)

Like Sitting Ducks »
(targets that are easy to hit; we can get them easily...)

Off The Top Of One's Head »
(one thinks it up quickly and easily; without help or preparation...)

Stick Out Like A Sore Thumb »
(it is obvious and can be seen easily; it is difficult to hide...)

There's No Accounting For Taste »
(The differences in peoples tastes are not easily understood...)

Thick Skinned »
(Feelings not easily hurt...)

Thin Skinned »
(easily bothered by things...)

With Ease »
(it is done easily...)



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