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keyword: Lot
Cast One's Lot In With Someone »
(join that person and have the same result that they have...)

Get A Lot Of Mileage Out Of Something »
(able to use it for a long time; a car or other thing which lasts a long time...)

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

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

A Little Bit »
(a small amount; not a lot...)

A Mine Of Information »
(a place where a lot of information is found...)

A Stroke Of Luck »
(one lucky thing happened, which helped a lot...)

A Thirst For Something »
(you really want that; you want a lot of that...)

A Wealth Of Something »
(there is a lot of it...)

Be Swimming In Something »
(have a lot of it...)

Cause A Commotion »
(make a lot of noise and be noticed by others or bother others...)

Dirty Old Man »
(an old man who thinks and jokes a lot about sex...)

Downhill All The Way »
(easy, comfortable, and not requiring a lot of effort...)

Easier Said Than Done »
(talking about it is easier than doing it; to do the thing takes a lot of work; it is easier to talk about it than to actually do it...)

Eat Like A Horse »
(eat a lot of food and possibly appear sloppy...)

Eating Away At You »
(that thing has been bothering one a lot...)

Expense Is No Object »
(do not worry about the cost; I can pay a lot of money for it...)

Fraught With Danger »
(there is a lot of danger...)

Full Of Hot Air »
(speaking a lot of angry words; saying things that are not true...)

Gas Up »
(put gasoline in the car; get fuel for a trip; slang: eat a lot of food...)

Get A Licking »
(lose by a lot of points; be beaten by a lot...)

Get Busy »
(become active with a lot of things to do...)

Get Nowhere Fast »
(using a lot of energy but not succeeding...)

Have A Big Mouth »
(that person talks a lot about other people...)

In The Money »
(have a lot of money; become rich...)

Laughing All The Way To The Bank »
(one is happy because one got a lot of money...)

Money Does Not Grow On Trees »
(earning money takes a lot of hard work...)

Old Enough To Be Someone's Father »
(I am a lot older than you; you are much younger than I...)

Sage Advice »
(a wise suggestion; a person who knows a lot would make this suggestion...)

Slow Going »
(it is taking a lot of time...)

Take A Bath »
(lose a lot when some even occurred...)

Take A Shellacking »
(lose very badly; lose by a lot...)

Take A Shine To Someone Or Something »
(begin to like them a lot; begin to have strong feelings towards them...)

Take A Stab At Something »
(attempt to do someone that one doesn't have a lot of experience doing...)

Take Someone Hostage »
(a crime where a person is stolen; a person is taken illegally and lot allowed to leave...)

Talk Someone's Ear Off »
(talk a lot to that person...)

Think Highly Of Someone Or Something »
(you think there is a lot of good in that person...)

Think Little Of Someone Or Something »
(not have a lot of respect for...)

Tight As A Tick »
(drunk from drinking a lot of alcohol...)

Under The Gun »
(under a lot of pressure to get something done...)

Well Off »
(more polite way to say that someone has a lot of money...)

Worth Someone's While »
(One will gain a lot from the effort of doing that...)



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