Dead Air :
Daft As A Brush :
Someone who is daft as a brush is rather stupid.
Damp Squib :
If something is expected to have a great effect or impact but does not, it is a damp squib.
Dancing on Someone’s Grave :
If you will dance on someone’s grave, you will outlive or outlast them and will celebrate their demise.
Darby and Joan :
The expression is used to denote a devoted couple who are living out their retirement years on quiet contentment.
Dark Horse :
If someone is a dark horse, they are a bit of a mystery.
Davey Jones’ Locker :
Davey Jones’ locker is the bottom of the sea or resting place of drowned sailors.
Day in The Sun :
If you have your day in the sun, you get attention and are appreciated.
Daylight Robbery :
Blatant and unfair overcharging
Open, unfair and hard to prevent
Days Are Numbered :
When someone’s days are numbered, that person is expected to die soon.
Dead Air :
When there is a period of total silence, there is dead air.
Dead and Buried :
If something is dead and buried, it has all long been settled and is not going to be reconsidered.
Dead As A Dodo :
If something is dead as a dodo, it is lifeless and dull. The dodo was a bird that lived the island of Mauritius. It could not fly and was hunted to extinction.
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