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be sewed up Cut each slice of ham to the bone Then each slice will be as big as possible 2 [with something] to cut down severely (on something) We cut our expenses to the bone and are still losing money Congress had to cut the budget to the bone in order to balance it
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to destroy the foundation of someone s plans or someone s argument The politician cut the ground out from under his opponent T Congress cut out the ground from under the president cut to the chase to get to the important matters Let s stop all this chatter and cut to the chase I like the way you cut to the chase and don t waste my time cut up to act wildly; to show off and be troublesome; to act like a clown (Slang See also cut someone or something up) Tom, Billy! Stop cutting up, or I ll send you to the principal s office If you spent more time studying than cutting up, you d get better grades
[daily dozen] Go to one s daily dozen darken someone s door [for an unwelcome
the daily grind [someone s] everyday work routine (Informal) I m getting very tired of the daily grind When my vacation was over, I had to go back to the daily grind
damn someone or something with faint praise
to criticize someone or something indirectly by not praising enthusiastically The critic did not say that he disliked the play, but he damned it with faint praise Mrs Brown is very proud of her son s achievements, but damns her daughter s with faint praise
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person] to come to someone s door seeking entry (As if the unwelcome visitor were casting a shadow on the door Formal or jocular) Who is this who has come to darken my door Is that you, John, darkening my door again I thought you were out of town The heroine of the drama told the villain never to darken her door again She touched the back of her hand to her forehead and said, Go, and never darken my door again!
dart in and out [for something moving] to
ferent kind of behavior; to change one s behavior or attitude (See also change someone s tune; sing a different tune) After being yelled at, Ann danced to another tune A stern talking-to will make her dance to another tune
dance with death to attempt to do some-
dart quickly between two things, or into a number of things, and move away again On the highway, a small car was darting in and out of the two right lanes of traffic A small bird darted in and out of the bush, probably going into a nest inside
dash cold water on something Go to pour cold water on something dash something off to send something off,
thing that is very risky The crossing of the border into Adonia was like dancing with death You are dancing with death in your effort to cross that narrow ledge
dare someone (to do something ) to challenge
usually quickly I ll dash a quick note off to Aunt Mary T Ann just dashed off a message to her parents
date back (to sometime ) to extend back to
someone to do something Sally dared Jane to race her to the corner You wouldn t do that, would you I dare you
dark horse someone or something whose
a particular time; to have been alive at a particular time in the past My late grandmother dated back to the Civil War This record dates back to the sixties How far do you date back
Davy Jones s locker the bottom of the sea,
abilities, plans, or feelings are little known to others (From horse racing) It s difficult to predict who will win the prize there are two or three dark horses in the tournament Everyone was surprised at the results of the election The dark horse won
especially when it is a grave (From the seamen s name for the evil spirit of the sea See also go to Davy Jones s locker) They were going to sail around the world, but ended up in Davy Jones s locker Most of the gold from that trading ship is in Davy Jones s locker
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