Sick To Death :
Shotgun Marriage :
A shotgun marriage or shotgun wedding is one that is forced because of pregnancy. It is also used idiomatically for a compromise, agreement or arrangement that is forced upon groups or people by necessity.
Show Me The Money :
When people say this, they either want to know how much they will be paid for something or want to see evidence that something is valuable or with paying for.
Show Someone A Clean Pair Of Heels :
If you show someone a clean pair of heels, you run faster than them when they are chasing you.
Show Someone The Ropes :
If you shoe someone the ropes, you explain to someone new how things work and how to do a job.
Show Your True Colors :
To show your true colors is to reveal yourself as you really are.
Shrinking Violet :
A shrinking violet is a shy person who doesn’t express their views and opinions.
Sick and Tired :
If you are sick and tired of something, it has been going on for a long time and you can no longer tolerate it.
Sick As Dong :
If somebody is as sick as a dog, they throw up (vomit) violently.
Sick As Parrot :
If someone is sick as a parrot about something, they are unhappy, disappointed or depressed about it.
Sick To Death :
If you are sick to death of something, you have been exposed to so much of it that you cannot take any more.
Sight For Sore Eyes :
Someone or something that is a sight for sore eyes is a pleasure to see.
Sight To Behold :
If something is a sight to behold, it means that seeing it is in some way special, either spectacularly beautiful or equally, incredibly ugly or revolting.
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