There but for the grace of God, go I There is no alternative There's an R in the month There's method in my madness There's no such thing as a free lunch (Tanstaafl) There's no such thing as bad publicity There's one (a sucker) born every minute They couldn't hit an elephant at this distance Thick and thin As thick as thieves Thin air - Vanish into Thing of beauty is a joy forever - A Things that go bump in the night Think outside the box Thinking cap Third degree - The Third time lucky Thomas Paine - The writings of Thorn in the flesh Thou shalt not kill Though this be madness, yet there is method in it Three score and ten Three sheets to the wind Three strikes and you are out Through thick and thin Throw in the towel Throw your hat into the ring Thumbs up Thus far into the bowels of the land Ticked off Tickle the ivories Tickled pink Tide over Tie the knot Till the cows come home Time and tide wait for no man Tinker's damn Tilting at windmills Tissue of lies Titfer Tit for tat Tits up To a T To all intents and purposes To be or not to be, that is the question To beggar belief To boldly go where no man has gone before To boot To cast the first stone To err is human; to forgive divine To gild refined gold, to paint the lily To sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub To the manner born To the nth degree To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive Toast of the town Toe the line Toe-curling Toffee-nosed Tommy Atkins Tomorrow is another day Tomorrow is another day Tongue in cheek Too big for your breeches Too much of a good thing Toodle-oo Tooth and nail Top dog Top drawer Top notch Topsy-turvy Total shambles Touch and go Touch with a barge-pole - Wouldn't Touch wood Touchy-feely Tout de suite Tower of strength Train surfing Trick or treat Trip the light fantastic Trouble and strife True blue Truth is stranger than fiction Truth will out Tuckered out Turn a blind eye Turn of phrase Turn the tables Turn up for the books Turn up trumps Twelve good men and true Twenty three skidoo Twenty four seven Two cents worth Two heads are better than one Two peas in a pod Under the thumb Under your hat - Keep it Under the auspices of Get - underway Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown Union Jack The great - unwashed The - unkindest cut of all Up a blind alley Up a gum tree Up shit creek without a paddle Up the apples and pears Up the duff Up the pole Up the wooden hill to Bedfordshire Up to snuff Upper crust Upper hand Up in arms Ups-a-daisy Upset the apple-cart Upside down Urban myth Use your loaf Usual suspects - The Using a sledgehammer to crack a nut Valentine's Day Poems and Sayings Van surfing Vanish into thin air Veg out Verbosity leads to unclear, inarticulate things Vice versa Vicious circle Vis-a-vis Visit the ladies' room Vorsprung Durch Technik Walk free Walk the walk Walk the plank Walter Scott (phrases coined by) Warts and all Watch the birdie (A) watched pot never boils Watching brief Wave a red rag to a bull Wax lyrical Wax poetic We are a grandmother We are not amused We few, we happy few, we band of brothers We have seen better days We know where you live Weakest link - A chain is only as strong as its Wear the trousers Wear your heart on your sleeve Weasel words Wee-wee Well heeled Well read Wet behind the ears What a piece of work is man What are you like?
What football is all about What God has joined together let no man put asunder What part of no don't you understand?
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the lark at heaven's gate sings Harp on Harvest moon Has the cat got your tongue? How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child Hugger-mugger Hung, drawn and quartered Hunky-dory Hunt and peck Hush puppies I bear a charmed life I have not slept one wink I have nothing to declare but my genius I have nothing to offer but blood toil tears and sweat I haven't got a clue I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips I spy with my little eye I told you is was ill I will swing for you I will wear my heart upon my sleeve Identity theft (Beware the) Ides of March If I had my druthers If it ain't broke, don't fix it If music be the food of love, play on If the cap fits If the mountain will not come to Muhammad, then Muhammad must go to the mountain If the shoe fits If wishes were horses, beggars would ride If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen If you think that, you have another think coming Ill wind I'll be there with bells on I'll go to the foot of our stairs I'll have your guts for garters I'm stumped Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery In a cleft stick In a pickle In a pig's eye In a quandary In a nutshell In a trice In an interesting condition In for a penny, in for a pound In like Flynn In limbo In my minds eye In someone's bad books In spades In stitches In the bag In the box-seat In the buff In the cart In the catbird seat In the club In the doghouse In the doldrums In the limelight In the nick of time In the pink In the same boat In your face Indian giver Indian summer Infra dig Innocent until proven guilty Inside out For all intents and purposes Iron hoof Is the Pope Catholic? Meet your Waterloo Men in suits Mend fences Ménage à trois Men's evil manners live in brass; their virtues we write in water Merry Christmas Method in my madness Mexican wave Mickey Finn Middle for diddle Middle of the road Might and main (The pen is) mightier than the sword Mighty oaks from little acorns grow Milk of human kindness Minced oaths Mind your Ps and Qs Mind's ear Mind's eye Ministering angel shall my sister be - A Mint condition Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows Misquotes Miss is as good as a mile Moaning Minnie Mondegreens Montezuma's Revenge 'Money' phrases Money for old rope Monstrous regiment of women Monty - The full Moot point Morbid obesity More bang for your buck More fool you More honoured in the breach than in the observance More light!
Rose by any other name would smell as sweet - A Rose is a rose is a rose Rosie Lea Rough diamond Round Robin Route one Rub of the green Rule of thumb Rum do Rumpy-pumpy Run a mile Run amok Run of the mill Run out of steam Run rings around Run the gauntlet Sacred cow Safe as houses - As Safe pair of hands - A Safe sex Salad days Salt of the earth - The San fairy Ann Sandwich short of a picnic Save face Save one's bacon Saved by the bell Savoir faire Say cheese Say goodnight Gracie Scapegoat Scarper Scot-free Scott (Sir Walter - phrases coined by) Screw your courage to the sticking place 'Scuse me while I kiss this guy Sea change Sealed with a loving kiss Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness Second-guess Security blanket See a pin and pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck; see a pin and let it lie, bad luck you'll have all day See red Seen better days Send packing Senior citizen Sent to Coventry Separate the sheep from the goats Set one's cap at Set your teeth on edge Sex and shopping Seven-year itch Sexton Blake Shebang - The whole Shaggy dog story Shake a leg Shakers and movers Shakespeare (phrases and sayings of) Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
Shambles Shanks' mare/shanks' pony Share and share alike Shilly-shally Ship shape and Bristol fashion Shit end of the stick - The Shit for brains Shiver my timbers Shoddy Short end of the stick - The Shot across the bows Shot heard 'round the world - The Shot in the arm Shot in the dark Shoot through Short shrift Show a leg - see shake a leg Show your mettle Shrinking violet Shuffle off this mortal coil Shut your cake-hole Siamese twins Sick puppy (A) Sight for sore eyes (A) Silly Billy Silly season Silver lining - every cloud has a Sir Walter Scott (phrases coined by) Silence is golden Silver bullet Similes Sitting pretty Sixes and sevens - At Skeleton in the closet Skid row Skin and blister (By the) skin of your teeth (The) sky's the limit Sledgehammer to crack a nut - A Sleep like a top Sleep on a clothesline Sleep tight Sleeveless errand Sloane Ranger Slush fund Smallest room in the house - The Smart casual Smoke and mirrors Snug as a bug in a rug So sue me Soap-dodger Sod's Law Sold down the river Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em Some men are born mediocre, some men achieve mediocrity, and some men, have mediocrity thrust upon them Someone is walking over my grave Something for the weekend sir?
I gave a long stretched over my head and rolled over.
With my face buried in my pillow my hand flopped out and slapped at the snooze button a few times until Mozart faded away.