Hook Line and Sinker :
Holy Smoke! :
This is a way of expressing surprise.
Home and Hearth :
HOME AND HEARTH is an idiom evoking warmth and security.
Home is Where You Lay Your Hat. :
Where you are comfortable and at ease with yourself is your home regardless where you were born or brought up.
Home Stretch :
The home stretch is the last part of something, like a journey race or project.
Home Sweet Home :
This is said when one is pleased to be back at one’s own home.
Home James :
This is a clichéd way of telling the driver of a vehicle to start driving. It is supposed to be an order to a chauffeur. The complete idiomatic expression is “home, James, and don’t spare the horses.’
Honest Truth :
If someone claims that something is the honest truth, they wish to sound extra-sincere about something.
Honour among Thieves :
If someone says there is honour among thieves, this means that even corrupt or bad people sometimes have a sense of honour or integrity or justice even if it is skewed.
Honours are Even :
If honours are even, then a competition has ended with neither side emerging as a winner.
Hook, Line and Sinker :
If somebody accepts or believes something hook, line and sinker, they accept it completely.
Hop, Skip and A Jump :
If a place is a hop, skip and a jump from somewhere, it is only a shout distance away.
Hope against Hope :
If you hope against hope, you hope for something even though there is little or no change of your wish being fulfilled.
Hook Line and Sinker
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