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Loose Cannon :
A person who is very difficult to control and unpredictable is a loose cannon.
Loose Lips Sink Ships :
To have loose lips means to have a big mouth susceptible to talking about everything and to everyone. SINK SHIPS refers to anything from small acquaintances to long and healthy relationships (with friends or a significant other.) So when one says LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS, one is basically saying if you can’t shut up you are going to end hurting people, usually psychologically or emotionally. LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS comes from World War I and/or World War II when sailors on leave from their ships might talk about what ship they sailed on or where it had come from or where it was going. If they talked too much (had loose lips) they might accidentally provide the enemy with anecdotal information that might later cause their ship to be tracked and bombed and sunk, hence LOOSE LIPS SINK SHIPS. Later, it came to mean any excessive talk might sabotage a project.
Lord Love A Duck :
An exclamation used when nothing else ill fit. Often fitting when one is stunned or dismayed.
Lose Face :
To lose one’s reputation or standing is to lose face.
Lose The Plot :
If someone loses the plot, they have stopped being rational about something.
Lose Your Bottle :
If someone loses their bottle, they lose the courage to do something.
Lose Your Lunch :
If you lose your lunch, you vomit.
Lose Your Marbles :
If someone has lost their marbles, they’ve gone mad.
Lose Your Shirt :
If someone loses their shirt, they lose all their money through a bad investment and gambling.
Love is Blind. :
If you love someone, it doesn’t matter what they look like. You will also overlook faults.
Low-Hanging Fruit :
Low-hanging fruits are things that are easily achieved.
Lower Than A Snake’s Belly :
Someone or something that is lower than a snake’s belly is of a very low moral standing.
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