Done to Death :
Do Not Throw Bricks When You Live in A Glass House. :
Do no call others out on actions that you yourself do. Do not be a hypocrite.
Do Not Trouble Until Trouble Troubles You. :
Do not go looking for trouble or problems, let them come to you.
Do Not Upset The Applecart. :
If you are advised not to upset the applecart, you are being told not to disturb the way things are done because it might ruin things.
Do Not Wash Your Dirty Laundry In Public. :
People, especially couples, who argue in front of others or involve others in their personal problems and crises, are said to be washing their dirty laundry in public, making public things that are best left private.
Done to Death :
If a Joe or Story has been done to death, it has been told so often that it has stopped being funny.
A person who does not stand up for themselves and gets treated badly is a doormat.
Dot All The I’s and Cross All The T’s :
If you Dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s, you do something very carefully and thoroughly.
Double Dealing :
The idiom means nonsense, a language one cannot understand. If something is Double Dutch, it is completely incomprehensible.
Double-Edged Sword :
If someone uses an argument that could both help them and harm them, then they are using a double-edged sword.
Double Take :
If someone does a double take, they react very slowly to something to show how shocked or surprised they are.
Double Whammy :
A double blow or setback
A double whammy is when something causes two problems at the same time or when two setbacks occur at the same time.
Done to Death
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