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Before You Know It »
(it will happen quickly...)

For All I Know »
(i do not know, but it is possible...)

What One Doesn't Know Won't Hurt One »
(it would cause more trouble if that person knew what happened...)

What They Don't Know Won't Hurt Them »
(they don't need to know...)

You Know »
(said to gain agreement by the listener, sometimes said out of habit with no significant meaning besides asking agreement from listeners...)

A Little Bird Told Me »
(a person who I will not identify whispered this secret to me; I know because this secret was whispered to me...)

A Little Knowledge Is A Dangerous Thing »
(people who have only a little knowledge about something often make big mistakes because they think they know more than they actually know...)

A Shot In The Dark »
(a guess at something when one does not know the answer...)

A Vote Of Confidence »
(an action to let one know that we are confident in one's skills...)

Air One's Grievances »
(complain; let people know what you are unhappy about...)

Cheer Someone On »
(call to let them know you want them to win...)

Dark Horse »
(a person who surprises you with skills that you did not know about...)

Down To The Wire »
(it is close to the finish; there is little time left; we do not yet know who will win...)

Feel Out Of Place »
(feel strange, awkward, unfamiliar, like you don't know the rules...)

Fill Someone In On Someone Or Something »
(tell one about it, let one know that it happened...)

Find Oneself »
(get to know oneself...)

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...)

Have No Idea »
(don't know...)

In Secret »
(done secretly; without letting other people know...)

In The Dark »
(you did not know about it...)

In The Public Eye »
(where everyone can see you; people you don't know may be watching...)

None The Wiser »
(they don't know...)

Open Secret »
(people know it, but they don't talk about it; people pretend they don't know it...)

Show One's Hand »
(let the other one know what you have...)

Show One's True Colors »
(do something to let others know what kind of person one really is...)

Show Someone To A Seat »
(let that person know where to sit down...)

Signal To Someone To Do Something »
(let that person know you want them to do it...)

Take Someone Into One's Confidence »
(share a secret with that person; tell that person something you don't want others to know...)

Time Will Tell »
(after some time passes, we will know; we will find out in the future...)

Your Guess Is As Good As Mine »
(I don't know either...)

Your Secret Is Safe With Me »
(I will not tell others what I know...)



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