Old Wives Tale :
Old Friends and Old Wine Are Best. :
This idiom means that the things and people that we know well are better than the unfamiliar.
Old Hat :
If something is old hat, it seems rather old fashioned and dated.
Old Wives’ Tale :
A proverb or piece of advice that is commonly accepted as truth and is handed down the generations but is normally false
Oldest Trick in The Book :
The oldest trick in the book is a well-known way of deceiving someone though still effective.
Olive Branch :
If you hold out or offer an olive branch, you make a gesture to indicate that you want peace.
On A Fishing Expedition :
If someone is on a fishing expedition, they are trying to get information often using incorrect or improper ways to find things out.
On Account :
In part payment
On Account Of :
On All Fours :
To crawl on the hands and knees
To suit exactly
On All Hands :
It is admitted on all hands that the U.N.O is not doing its job well in the Gulf of Aquba dispute.
On A Roll :
If you are on a roll, you are moving from success to success.
On A Silver Platter :
If you hand or give something on a silver platter to someone, you let them have it too easily.
Old Wives Tale
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