At Loose Ends :
As Much Use As A Hand-Brake on A Canoe :
This idiom is used to describe someone or something as worthless or pointless.
As Neat As A New Pin :
This idiom meant tidy and clean
As One Man :
If people do something as one man, then they do it at exactly the same time or in complete agreement.
A Sorry Sight :
A sight which is regrettable and unwelcome aspect or feature
A Steal : If something is a steal, it costs much less than it is really worth.
As The Actress Said To The Bishop :
This idiom is used to highlight a sexual reference, deliberate or accidental.
As The Crow Flies :
This idiom is used to describe the shortest possible distance between two places.
A Still Tongue Keeps A Wise Head. :
Wise people do not talk much.
A Street Arab :
An uncared for child in a large city
As You Sow So Shall You Reap :
This means that if you do bad things to people, bad things will happen to you or if you do good things to others, good things will happen to you.
At A Drop of A Dime :
If someone will do something at the drop of a dime, they will do it instantly without hesitation.
At A Loose End :
If you are at a loose end, you have spare time but don’t know what to do with it.
At Loose Ends
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