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keyword: Trouble
Looking For Trouble »
(doing something that will cause problems...)

A Dead Duck »
(in trouble; likely to lose, fail, or be killed...)

Catch Hell »
(get in trouble for it; get yelled at...)

Get Into A Jam »
(get stuck; get into trouble; have a problem that you cannot escape...)

Get Into Hot Water »
(get in trouble; another is angry at one...)

Idle Hands Are The Devil's Tools »
(when you have nothing to do you are more likely to get into trouble...)

In A Stupor »
(having trouble standing up and staying awake...)

In Deep Water »
(in trouble; having big problems that are difficult to solve...)

Raise Cain »
(to disturb others and cause trouble...)

Someone's Goose Is Cooked »
(that person is in trouble...)

Take Pity On Someone Or Something »
(feel badly for another person's trouble...)

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



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