Teacher's Pet :
Teacher’s Pet :
The teacher’s favorite pupil is the teacher’s pet especially if disliked by the other pupils.
Tear Your Hair Out :
If someone is tearing their hair out, they are extremely worried or agitated about something.
Tears Before Bedtime :
This idiom is used when something seems certain to go wrong or cause trouble.
If something is teeny-weeny, it is very small indeed
Teething Problems :
The problems that a project has when it is starting are the teething problems.
Tell Them Where The Dog Died :
If you tell them where the dog died, you strongly and sharply correct someone.
Tempest In A Teapot :
If people exaggerate the seriousness of a situation or problem, they are making a tempest in a teapot.
Tempt Providence :
If you tempt providence, you take a risk that may well have unpleasant consequences.
Ten A Penny :
If something is ten a penny, it is very common.
Test The Waters :
If you test waters or test the water, you experiment to see how successful or acceptable something is before implementing it.
That And 50 Cents Will Buy You A Cup of Coffee. :
This is used to describe something that is deemed worthless.
That Dog Won’t Hunt. :
Very common southern US expression meaning what you say makes no sense.
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