Wag The Dog :
Wag The Dog :
To wag the dog means to purposely divert attention from that would otherwise be of greater importance to something else of lesser significance.
Wait for A Raindrop in The Drought. :
When someone is waiting for a raindrop in the drought, they are waiting or hoping for something that is extremely unlikely to happen.
Waiting in The Wings :
If someone is waiting in the wings or in the wings, they are in the background, but nearby ready to act on short notice.
Wake Up and Smell The Coffee. :
When someone does not realize what is really happening or is not paying enough attention to events around them, you can tell them to wake up and smell the coffee.
Wake-Up Call :
A wake-up call is warning or a threat or a challenge, especially when it means that people will have to change their behaviour to meet it.
Walk A Fine Line :
If you have to walk a fine line, you have to be very careful not to annoy or anger people or groups that are competing.
Walk A Mile in My Shoes :
This idiom means that you should try to understand someone before criticizing them.
Walk A Tightrope :
If you walk a tightrope, you have to be very careful not to annoy or anger people who could become enemies.
Walk in The Park :
An undertaking that is easy is walk in the park.
Walk on Eggshells :
If you have to walk on eggshells when with someone, you have to be very careful because they get angry or offended very easily.
Walk The Green Mile :
Someone or something that is walking the green mile is heading towards the inevitable.
Walk The Plank :
If someone walks the plank, they are going towards their own destruction or downfall.
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