Sweat Blood :
If you swear blood, you make an extraordinary effort to achieve something.
Sweep Off Your Feet :
If you are swept off your feet, you lose control emotionally when you all in love or are really impressed.
Sweep Things Under The Carpet :
If people try to ignore unpleasant things and forget about, they sweep them under the carpet.
Sweet As A Gumdrop :
This means that something or someone is very nice or pretty.
Sweet Tooth :
If you have a sweet tooth, you like eating food with sugar in it.
Swing Against The Tide :
If you swim against the tide, you try to do something that is very difficult because there is a lot of opposition to you.
Swim With The Fishes :
If someone is swimming with the fishes, they are dead especially if they have been murdered. SLEEP WITH THE FISHES is an alternative form.
Swim With The Tide :
If you swim with the tide, you do the dame as people around you and accept the general consensus.
GO WITH THE TIDE is an alternative form.
If things are going swimmingly, they are going very well.
Swinging Door :
This idiom refers to something or someone that can go in two conflicting or opposite directions.
Swing The Lead :
If you swing the lead, you pretend to be ill or do not do your share of the work.
Swings and Roundabout :
If something’s swings and roundabout, it has about as many disadvantages as it has advantages.
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