It is Not The Size Of The Dog In Fight. It’s The Size Of The Fight In The Dog. :
It Cost The Earth. :
If something costs the earth, it is very expensive indeed.
It Never Rains But It Pours. :
It means that when things go wrong, they go very wrong.
It Takes A Village To Raise A Child. :
It takes many people to teach a child all that he or she should know.
It Takes Two to Tango. :
This idiom is used to suggest that when things go wrong, both sides are involved and neither side is completely innocent.
It’s An Ill Wind That Blows No Good. :
This is said when things have gone wrong. The idea being that when bad things happen, there can also be some positive results.
It’s No Use Crying over Spilt Milk. :
This idiom means that getting upset after something has gone wrong is pointless. It can’t be changed so it should be accepted.
It’s Not The Size Of The Dog In Fight… It’s The Size Of The Fight In The Dog. :
Usually referring to a small dog attacking a larger animal, this means that fierceness is not necessarily a matter of physical size, but rather mental/psychological attitude.
It’s Not The Size Of The Man In The Fight, It’s The Size Of The Fight In The Man. :
This idiom means that determination is often more important than size, strength, or ability.
It’s Your Funeral. :
The other person has made a decision that you think is bad. However, it is their choice. it is their funeral.
Itch To :
If you are itching to do something, you are very eager to do it.
Itchy Feet :
One gets itchy feet when one has been in one place for a time and wants to travel.
Ivory Tower :
People who live in ivory towers are detached form the world around them.
It is Not The Size Of The Dog In Fight.
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