In Droves :
In All Honesty :
If you say something in all honesty, you are telling the complete truth. It can be used as a way of introducing a negative opinion whilst trying to be polite.
In An Instant :
If something happens in an instant, it happens very rapidly.
In Another’s Shoes :
It is difficult to know what another person’s life is really like, so we don’t know what it is like to be in someone’s shoes.
In Apple-Pie Order :
If something is in apple-pie order, it is very neat and organized.
In Black and White :
In Broad Daylight :
If a crime or problem happens in broad daylight, it happens during the day and should have been seen and stopped.
In Cahoots :
If people are in cahoots, they are conspiring together
In Cold Blood :
If something is done in cold blood, it is done ruthlessly without any emotion.
In Dire Straits :
If you are in dire straits, you are in serious trouble or difficulties.
In Donkey’s Years :
This means for a very long time.
In Drips and Drabs :
If people arrive in dribs and drabs, they come on small groups at irregular intervals, instead of all arriving at the same time.
In Droves :
When things happen in droves, a lot happen at the same time or very quickly.
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