Will O The Wisp :
Why Buy The Cow When You Can Get The Milk For Free? :
This idiom is usually used to refer to men who do not want to get married when they can get all the benefits of marriage without getting married.
Why Keep A Dog and Bark Yourself? :
There is no need to do something yourself when you have somebody to do it for you usually trivial matters.
Wide Berth :
If you give someone a wide berth, you keep yourself well away from them because they are dangerous.
Wide of The Mark :
If something is wide of the mark it is inaccurate or incorrect.
Wild Goose Chase :
A wild goose chase is a waste of time - Time spent trying to do something unsuccessfully.
Will Never Fly :
If an idea or project will never fly, it has no chance of succeeding.
Will O’ The Wisp :
Something that deceives by its appearance is a will o’ the wisp. It looks good, but turns out to be a disappointment.
Win By A Nose :
If somebody wins by a nose, they only just beat the others.
Wind and Weather :
Window Dressing :
If something is done to pretend to be dealing with an issue rather than actually dealing with it, it is window dressing.
Window to The Soul :
Eyes are sometimes referred to as the window to the soul.
Wing and A Prayer :
If you do something on a wing and prayer, you try to do something and hope you will succeed even though you have very little change of success.
Will O The Wisp
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