Up A River without A Paddle

Up A River without A Paddle :

Uneasy Lies The Head That Wears The Crown :

This means that people with serious responsibilities have a heavy burden.

  • I do not like politics. Though the ministers are held in esteem, I know for certain that uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.

    Unwavering Loyalty :

    Unwavering loyalty does not question or doubt the person or issue and supports them completely.

    Up A Gum Tree :

    If you are up a gum tree, you are in trouble or big mess.

  • The transfer order in the middle of the year made Ravi find his living up a gum tree.

    Up A River without A Paddle :

    If you up a river without a paddle, you are in an unfortunate situation, unprepared and with none of the resources to remedy the matter.

    Up For Grabs :

    If something is up for grabs, it is available and whoever is first or is successful will sell their wares at discounted rates and people through such shops where the goods or up for grabs.

    Up In Arms :

    Ready to fight

    Roused to anger

  • The naga rebels are once again up in arms against the state.

    Up in The Air :

    If a matter is up in the air, no decision has been made and there is uncertainty about it.

    Up My Sleeve :

    In readiness

  • I have a number of schemes up in my sleeve. Let me see which one materializes first.

    Ups and Downs :

    Prosperity and adversity

    Successive rises and falls

    Success and failures

  • A person who has seen the ups and downs of the life can be our surest guide.

    Up Sticks :

    If you up stick, you leave somewhere, usually permanently and without warning.

  • He upped sticks and went to work abroad.

    Up The Ante :

    If you up the ante, you increase the importance or value of something, especially where there’s an element of risk as the term comes from gambling where it means to increase the stake.

    Up The Creek :

    If someone or something is up the creek, they are in real trouble.

  • When Lela went alone to Kolkata without knowledge of Bengali or Hindi, she felt as if she was up the creek without a paddle.

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