Throw Someone To The Wolves

Throw Someone To The Wolves :

Throw Someone A Line :

If someone throws you a line, they give you help when you are in serious difficulties.

Throw Someone In At The Deep End :

If you are thrown in at the deep end, you have to deal with serious issues the moment you start something like a job, instead of having time to acquire experience.

Throw Someone To The Wolves :

If someone is thrown to the wolves, they are abandoned and have to face trouble without any support.

  • The poor old lady was thrown to the wolves by her son after her husband passed away.

    Throw Someone Under The Bus :

    To throw someone under the bus is to get him in trouble either by placing blame on that person or not standing up for him.

    Throw The Baby Out With The Bath Water :

    If you get rid of useful things when discarding inessential things, you throw the baby out with the bath water.

    Throw The Book At Someone :

    If you throw the book at someone, you punish them as severely as possible.

    Throw Your Hat In The Ring :

    If someone throws their hat in the ring, they announce that they want to take part in a competition or contest. TOSS YOUR HAT IN THE RING is an alternative.

    Throw Your Toys Out Of The Pram :

    To make an angry protest against a relatively minor problem, in the process embarrassing the protester

    The analogy is with a baby who throws toys out of the pram in order to get their parent to pay attention to them. The implication in the idiom is that the protester is acting like a baby.

    Throw Your Weight Around :

    If someone throws their weight around, they use their authority or force of personality to get what they want in the face of opposition.

    Thumb Your Nose At :

    If you thumb your nose at something, you reject it or scorn it.

    Thumbs Down and Thumbs Up :

    If something gets the thumbs up, it gets approval.

    While the thumbs down means disapproval.

    Tickle Your Fancy :

    If something tickles your fancy, it appeals to you and you want to try it or have it.

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