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The Grass Is Always Greener. :

This idiom means that what other people have or do looks preferable to our life. The complete phrase is THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GREENER ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FENCE.

The Line Forms on The Right. :

Something’s meaning is becoming clear when the line forms on the right.

The More The Merrier :

The more the merrier means that the greater the quantity or the bigger the number of something, the happier the speaker will be.

The Mountie Always Gets His Man. :

The Mounties are the royal Canadian mounted police and they have a reputation for catching criminals they are after.

The Old Adam :

The evil nature within a man

  • No law can curb the old Adam in man.

    The Penny Dropped :

    When the penny drops, someone belatedly understands something that everyone else has long since understood.

    The Plot Thickens :

    When the plot thickens, a situation becomes more complicated and difficult.

    The Rank and File :

    Common people

  • In democracy the voice of the rank and file has considerable weight.

    The Rough and Tumble :

    The rough and tumble refers to areas of like business, sports and politics where competition is hard and people will take any advantage that they can.

    The Sands of Time :

    The sands of time is an idiom meaning that time runs out either through something reaching an end or through a person’s death. It comes from the sand used in hourglasses, an ancient way of measuring time.

    The Short Straw :

    If you take the short straw, you lose a selection process which means that you have to do something unpleasant.

    The Sun Might Rise In The West. :

    When people say this they mean that they do not expect something to happen.

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