Fly by The Seat of Ones Pants :
Fit To Be Tied :
If someone is fit to be tied, they are extremely angry.
Five O’Clock Shadow :
A five o’clock shadow is the facial hair that a man gets if he doesn’t shave for a day or two.
Flash In The Pan :
If something is a flash in the pan, it is very noticeable but doesn’t last long, like most singers, who are very successful for a while, then forgotten.
Flat As A Pancake :
It is so flat that it is like a pancake.
There is no head on that beer, it is flat as a pancake.
Flat Out :
If you work flat out, you work as hard and fast as you possibly can.
Fleet of Foot :
If someone is fleet of foot, they are very quick.
Flesh and Blood :
Your flesh and blood are your blood relatives, especially your immediate family.
Flogging A Dead Horse :
If someone is trying to convince people to do or feel something without any hope of succeeding, they are flogging a dead horse. This is used when someone is trying to raise interest in an issue that no-one supports anymore. Being a dead horse will not make it do any more work.
Flowery Speech :
Flowery speech is full of lovely words, but may well lack substance.
Fly by The Seat of One’s Pants :
If you fly by the seat of one’s pants, you do something difficult even though you don’t have the experience or training required.
Fly In The Ointment :
A fly in the ointment is something that spoils or prevents complete enjoyment of something.
Fly Off The Handle :
If someone flies off the handle, they get very angry.
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