Speak of The Devil :
Sound As A Bell :
If something or someone is as sound as a bell, they are very healthy or in very good condition.
Sound As A Pound :
If something is as sound as a pound, it is very good or reliable.
Sour Grapes :
When someone says something critical or negative because they are jealous, it is a case of sour grapes.
Sow The Seeds :
When people sow the seeds, they start something that will have a much greater impact in the future.
Sow Your Wild Oats :
If a young man sows his wild oats, he has a period of his life when he does a lot of exciting things and has a lot of sexual relationships.
Spanish Practices :
Unauthorized working methods that benefit those who follow them are Spanish practices.
Spanner in The Works :
If someone puts or throws a spanner in the works, they ruin a plan.
Spare The Rod and Spoil The Child :
This means that if you do not discipline children, they will become spoilt.
Speak of The Devil! :
If you are talking about someone and they happen to walk in, you can use this idiom as a way of letting them know you were talking about them.
Speak To The Organ Grinder Not The Monkey :
Talk to the boss not the subordinate.
Speak Volumes :
If something speaks volumes, it tells us a lot about the real nature of something or someone even though it may only be a small detail.
Speak With A Forked Tongue :
To say one things and mean another
To be two-faced
Speak of The Devil
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