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A Great Deal »
(very much; a lot; a large amount...)

Great Minds Think Alike »
(people with great minds think like each other...)

Take Great Pains To Do Something »
(make a very true effort; try hard...)

Think A Great Deal Of Someone Or Something »
(have a very good opinion of...)

A Past Master At Something »
(one who was great in past times...)

Everything's Coming Up Roses »
(things are turning out great...)

Feast Your Eyes On This »
(look at this; you are going to see something great...)

Feel Like A Million Dollars »
(feel great, fantastic, wonderful, energetic...)

Feeling On Top Of The World »
(feeling great, like a winner...)

Fit For A King »
(great, excellent, luxurious...)

Have A Field Day »
(have great success; be very successful on that day...)

Icing On The Cake »
(a second great thing happens in addition to the first...)

Never Had It So Good »
(this is great; we are happy...)

Rome Was Not Built In One Day »
(all great works take time to finish...)

Rome Wasn't Built In A Day »
(a great work takes time to do...)

Sink Or Swim »
(a situation where one will either make a great effort, or fail...)

Sitting On Top Of The World »
(one is feeling great; one is feeling like one's life is going great...)



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