Shake A Leg :
Set In Stone :
If something is set in stone, it cannot be changed or altered.
Set The Thames On Fire :
If you do something remarkable, you set the Thames on fire, though this expression is used in the negative.
Set The Wheels in Motion :
When you set the wheels in motion, you get something started.
Set Your Sights On :
If you set your sights on someone or something, it is your ambition to beat them or to achieve that goal.
Seven Sheets to The Wind :
If someone is seven sheets to the wind, they are very drunk.
Seventh Heaven :
If you are in seventh heaven, you are extremely happy. For example, radhika is betrothed to
Shades of Meaning :
SHADES OF MEANING is a phrase used to describe the small, subtle differences in meaning between similar words or phrases.
KID and YOUTH both refer to young people, but carry differing views and ideas about young people.
Shaggy Dog Story :
A shaggy dog story is joke which is a long story with a silly end.
Shake A Leg :
If you shake a leg, you are out of bed and active. It can be used to tell someone to hurry up.
Shanks’s Pony :
If you go somewhere by shank’s pony, you walk there.
Shape Up or Ship Out :
If someone has to shape up or ship out they have to improve or leave their job or organization.
Sharp As A Tack :
If someone is as sharp as a tack, they are very clever indeed.
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