Free Rein :
Foul Play :
If the police suspect foul play, they think a crime was committed.
Four Corners of The Earth :
If something goes to or comes from the four corners of the earth, it goes or comes absolutely everywhere.
A person who wears glasses
Four-Square Behind :
If someone stands four-square behind someone, they give that person their full support.
Fourth Estate :
This is an idiomatic way of describing the media especially the newspapers.
Free Rein :
If someone has a free rein, they have the authority to make the decisions they want without any restrictions.
A free-for-all is fight or contest in which everyone gets involved and rules are not respected.
French Leave :
An informal, unannounced or abrupt departure
To take French leave is to be absent from work or duty without permission.
Fresh from The Oven :
If something is fresh from the oven, it is very new.
Freudian Slip :
If someone makes a Freudian slip, they accidentally use the wrong word, but in doing so reveal what they are really thinking rather than what they think the other person wants to hear.
Friendly Footing :
When relationships are on a friendly footing, they are going well.
From A Different Angle :
If you look at something from a different angle, you look at it from a different point of view.
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