Eat My Hat :
Easy Peasy :
If something is easy peasy, it is very easy indeed.
Eat Crow :
If you eat crow, you have to admit that you were wrong about something.
Eat Humble Pie :
If a person apologises and shows a lot of contrition for something he has done, he eats humble pie.
Eat Like A Bird :
If a person eats like a bird, he or she eats very little
Eat Like A Horse :
Someone who eats like a horse eats a lot.
Eat Like A Pig :
If a person eats either too much or has bad table manners he is said to be eating like a pig.
Eat My Hat :
People say this when they do not believe that something is going to happen.
Eat Someone Alive :
If you eat someone alive, you defeat or beat that person comprehensively.
Eat You Heart Out :
If a person tells you to eat your heart out, he or she is saying that he or she is better than you at something.
Eat Your Words :
If you eat your words, you accept publicly that you were wrong about something you said
Economical With The Truth :
To convey an untrue version of events by leaving out the important facts
If a person, especially a politician, is economical with the truth, he leaves out information in order to create a false picture of situation, without actually lying.
Egg On Your Face :
If a person has egg on his or her face, he or she is made to look foolish or embarrassed.
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