Like A Hawk :
Lightning Rod :
Someone or something that attracts a lot of negative comment, often diverting attention from other problems is a lightning rod.
Like A Bat of Hell :
This expression means extremely quickly.
Like A Beached Whale :
Once a whale is on a beach, it cannot get back into the sea easily, so if you are completely stuck somewhere and can’t get away, you are stranded like a beached whale.
Like A Bear with A Sore Head :
If someone’s like a bear with a sore head, they complain and are unhappy about something.
Like A Bull at A Gate :
If you tackle a job very quickly, without any real thought about what you are doing, you are going at it like a bull at a gate.
Like A Cat on Hot Bricks :
If someone is like a cat hot bricks, they are very nervous or excited.
Like A Cat That Got The Cream :
If someone looks very pleased with themselves and happy, they look like a cat that got the cream.
Like A Duck to Water :
If someone has a natural talent for something and enjoys it, they take to it like a duck to water.
Like A Fish Needs A Bicycle :
If someone needs something like a fish needs a bicycle, they do not need it at all. Originally a feminist slogan : a woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.
Like A Fish Out Of Water :
If someone feels like a fish out of water, they are very uncomfortable in the situation they are in.
Like A Hawk :
If you watch something or someone like a hawk, you observe very closely and carefully.
Like A Headless Chicken :
If someone rushes about like a headless chicken, they move very fast all over the place usually without thinking.
Like A Hawk
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