Sit On The Fence :
If someone sits on the fence, they try not to support either side in a dispute.
Sit Pretty :
Someone who is sitting pretty is in a very advantageous situation.
Sit Well With :
If something does not sit well with you, it does not please you or is not acceptable to you.
Sitting Duck :
A sitting duck is something or someone that is easy to criticize or target.
Six Feet Under :
If someone is six feet under, they are dead.
Six of One and Half-A-Dozen of The Other :
This is an idiom used when there is little or no difference between two options.
Sixes and Sevens :
If something is all at sixes and sevens, then there is a lot of disagreement and confusion about what should be done.
The sixty-four-thousand-dollar-question is the most important question that can be asked about something.
Skate on Thin Ice :
If someone is skating on thin ice, they are taking a big risk.
Skeleton in The Closet :
If someone has a skeleton in the closet, they have a dark, shameful secret in their past that they want to remain secret.
Skin and Bones :
If someone is skill and bones, they are very underweight and look bad.
Skin in The Game :
A person who has skin in the game has invested in the company they are running.
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