Bind As A Bat :
Black Sheep :
Someone who is the black sheep does not fit into a group or family because their behaviour or character is not good enough.
If you vote against allowing someone to be a member of an organization or group, you are blackballing him or her.
Blank Cheque :
If you are given a blank cheque, you are allowed to use as much money as you need for a project.
Bleeding Edge :
Similar to cutting edge, this idiom implies a technology or process that is at the forefront or beyond current practices.
A bleeding heart is a person who is excessively sympathies towards other people.
Bless Your Pointy Little Head. :
This expression is used as to patronise someone especially when they do not realize that they are not very clever.
Blessing in Disguise :
A hidden favour
If some bad luck or misfortune ultimately results in something positive, it’s a blessing in disguise.
Bind As A Bat :
If you are in total darkness and cannot see anything at all, you are as blind as a bat.
Blind Leading The Blind :
When the blind are leading the blind, the people in charge of something do not know anything more than the people they are in charge of, when they should have greater knowledge.
Blink of An Eye :
If something happens in the blink of an eye, it happens so fast it is almost impossible to notice it.
Blood and Thunder :
An emotional speech or performance is full of blood and thunder.
Blood Form A Turnip :
It is impossible to get something from someone if they do not have it, just as you cannot get blood from a turnip.
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