Trump See: hold ALL THE trumps.
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under pain of See: ON pain OF also under pain.
/A year after flunking out of medical school, Don rose from the ashes and passed his qualifying exams for the.D.Phr., slang Wonderfully good or satisfying; terrific; super./The runner slid across home promo canape cuir center plate ahead of the tag to score a run./ home run.To scold or criticize very hard.To quarrel with; scold./He was a punch-drunk boxer who made his living shining shoes././Jeff has been drinking again and he is high as a kite./ Compare: three sheets IN/TO THE wind./By much planning, the mother brought the marriage to pass./ * /The change in the law was slow in coming, and it took a disaster to bring it to pass./ Compare: bring about, come TO pass.Phr., informal To be in possession of anything that is potentially disastrous or dangerous.Haywire See: GO haywire./He studies all the time, because he wants to stay ahead of his classmates././I mustn't forget to charge up my razor before we go on our trip./.It was bad manners to cheat.) Syn.: watch ONE'S step.To cause to fire or explode by lighting the priming or the fuse./Chain smoking is very dangerous to health./ chain stores.Lightly See: once over lightly at once over(2)./The steamroller leveled out the gravel roadbed and then the concrete was poured./.Out of nowhere adv.One who sleeps during the day and stays up or works during the night.Phr., slang To receive punishment; to be accused and punished.
/The joke began to wear thin when you heard it too many times./ * /The teacher's patience began to wear thin when he saw that no one knew the lesson./ wear well.
Get his or hers.