Man's Man :
Man of The Cloth :
A man of the cloth is a priest.
Man on The Clapham Omnibus :
The man on the Clapham Omnibus is the ordinary person in the street.
Man Proposes. God Disposes. :
Your fate lies in the hands of god.
Man Upstairs :
When people refer to the man upstairs, they are referring to god.
Man’s Best Friend :
This is an idiomatic term for dogs.
Man’s Man :
A man’s man is a man who does things enjoyed by men and is respected by other men.
Many A Slip Between Cup and Lip :
THERE IS MANY A SLIP BETWEEN CUP AND LIP means that many things can go wrong before something is achieved.
Many Hands Make Light Work :
This idiom means that when everyone gets involved in something, the work gets done quickly.
Many Happy Returns :
This expression is used to wish someone a happy birthday.
Many Moons Ago :
A very long time ago
March to The Beat of Your Own Drum :
If people march to the beat of their own drum, they do things the way they want without taking other people into consideration.
Mark My Words :
MARK MY WORDS is an expression used to lend an air of seriousness to what the speaker is about to say when talking about the future. You often hear drunks say it before they deliver some particularly spurious nonsense.
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