Moral Fibre :
Monkey Sees. Monkey Does. :
This idiom means that children will learn their behaviour by coping what they see happening around them.
Moot Point :
If something is moot point, there is some disagreement about it
A debatable point
If you are arguing over whether to go the beach or to the park, but you find out the car won’t start and you can’t go anywhere, then the destination is said to be a moot point.
Moral Fibre :
Moral fibre is the inner strength to do what you believe to be right in difficult situations.
Moral High Ground :
If people have the moral high ground, they claim that their arguments and beliefs are morally superior to those being put forward by other people.
More Front than Brighton :
If you have more front than Brighton, you are very self-confident possibly excessively so.
More Haste Less Speed :
The faster you try to do something, the more likely you are to make mistakes that make you take longer than it would have you planned it.
More Heat Than Light :
If a discussion generates more heat than light, it does not provide answer, but does make people angry.
More Holes Than Swiss Cheese :
If something has more holes than a Swiss cheese, it is incomplete and lacks many parts.
More Than That Meets The Eye :
If there is more than that meets the eye to something, it is more complex or difficult than it appears.
More Than One String to Their Bow :
A person who has more than one string to their bow has different talents or skills to fall back on.
More than One Way to Skin A Cat : When people say that there is more than one way to skin a cat, they mean that there are different ways of achieving the same thing.
More Than You Can Shake A Stick At :
If you have more of something than you can shake a stick at, then you have a lot.
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