Tight Rein :
Tickled Pink :
If you are very pleased about something, you are tickled pink.
Tidy Desk Tidy Mind :
A cluttered or disorganized environment will affect your clarity of thought. Organized surroundings and affairs will allow for clearer thought organization.
Tie The Knot :
When people tie the knot, they get married.
Tied To One’s Mother’s Apron Strings :
Describes a child (often a boy) who is so used to his mother’s care that he (or she) cannot do anything on his (or her) own under the influence of some women.
Tight Rein :
If things or people are kept on a tight rein, they are given very littler freedom or controlled carefully.
Tight Ship :
If you run a tight ship, you control something strictly and don’t allow people much freedom of action.
Tighten Your Belt :
If you have to tighten your belt, you have to economize.
Till The Cows Come Home. :
This idioms means for a very long time.
Till The Pips Squeak :
If someone will do something till the pips squeak, they will do it to the limit, even though it will make other people suffer.
Till You Are Blue In The Face :
If you do something till you are blue in the face, you do I repeatedly without achieving the desired result until you’re incredibly frustrated.
Tilt At Windmills :
A person, who tilts at windmills, tries to do things that will never work in practice.
Time And Again :
If something happens time and again, it happens repeatedly.
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