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Today's Idiom = "Find Fault With Someone Or Something"
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Find Fault With Someone Or Something ( one discovers something wrong in what the other ... )

"Find Fault With Someone Or Something"

Finding fault with a person or thing is looking for it's problems, finding them and complaining about them.

Example: "Why do you find fault with everything I do?"

Find A Happy Medium

Find It In One's Heart To Do Something

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