Like No Ones Business :
Like A Kid in A Candy Store :
If someone is like a kid in a candy store, they are very excited about something.
Like A Moth to A Flame :
Something that is like a moth to a flame is attracted to something that is deadly or dangerous.
Like An Open Book :
Anything which can be easily interpreted
Like A Rat Deserting A Sinking Ship :
If people leave a company because they know that it is about to have serious problems or turn their back on a person about to be in a similar situation, they are said to do like rats deserting a sinking ship.
Like Chinese Arithmetic :
If something is complicated and hard to understand, it’s like Chinese arithmetic.
Like Clockwork :
If something happens like clockwork, it happens at very regular times or intervals.
Like Father Like Son :
This idiom is used when different generations of a family behave in the same way or have the same talents of defects.
Like Giving A Donkey Strawberries :
If something is like giving a donkey strawberries, people fail to appreciate its value.
Like It or Lump It :
When people say this, they mean that the person will have to accept the situation because it is not going to change.
Like Lambs To The Slaughter :
If somebody does something unpleasant without any resistance, they go like lambs to the slaughter.
Like No One’s Business :
If I say my children are growing like no one’s business, it means they’re growing very quickly.
Like Peas in A Pod :
If people or things are like peas in a pod, they look identical.
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