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keyword: Most
At Most »
(no more than this number...)

A Known Fact »
(a fact that everyone knows; it is known to be true by most people...)

Above Average »
(better than most...)

Below Average »
(not good; worse than most...)

Blood Is Thicker Than Water »
(relations with family are the most important thing...)

Blood Runs Thicker Than Water »
(relations between family members are the most important...)

First And Foremost »
(the number one most important think that needs to be done...)

First Things First »
(the most important thing should always be done first...)

Get At The Heart Of The Matter »
(do or talk about the thing that is most important...)

Get Down To Business »
(talk about a formal or official matter; doing the most important thing...)

Get Sidetracked »
(focusing on some thing which is not the most important thing...)

Get The Shock Of One's Life »
(one was surprised in the most extreme possible way...)

Get The Worst Of Something »
(this one was effected most badly by what happened...)

Live In An Ivory Tower »
(not understand how most people live their lives...)

Over The Hump »
(past the most difficult part...)

Round About »
(a way that is not the most direct...)

Start From Scratch »
(begin from the very beginning; build something from the most basic parts...)

The Apple Of Your Eye »
(the one you love the most...)

Think The World Of Someone Or Something »
(think that one is one of the most important in the world...)

When Least Expected »
(At the time when one is most surprised...)

You Can't Take It With You »
(wealth and belongings are not what is most important because you will die someday and they will be useless to you...)



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