Beyond Belief :
Better Late Than Never :
This idiom suggests that doing something late is better than not doing it at all.
Better Safe Than Sorry :
This idiom is used to recommend being cautious rather than taking a risk.
Better Than A Stick in The Eye :
If something is better than a stick in the eye, it is not very good. But it is better than nothing.
Better The Devil You Know :
This idiom means that it is often better to deal with someone or something you are familiar with and know even if they are not ideal than take a risk with an unknown person or thing.
Between A Rock And A Hard Place :
If you are caught between a rock and a hard place, you are in a position where you have to choose between unpleasant alternatives and your choice might caused you problems. You will not be able to satisfy everyone.
Between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea :
If you are caught between the devil and the deep blue sea, you are in a dilemma. This idiom means a difficult choice.
Between You and Me :
Between You and Me and The Cat’s Whiskers :
This idiom is used when telling someone something that you want them to keep secret.
Beyond A Shadow of A Doubt :
If something is beyond a shadow of a doubt, then absolutely no doubts remain about it.
Beyond Belief :
If people behave in such a way that you find it almost impossible to accept that actually did it, then you can say that their behaviour was beyond belief.
Beyond Your Ken :
Something is beyond your ken, it is beyond your understanding.
Beyond Question :
This idiom means to say that something is taken as sure without doubt.
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