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Behind the Eight Ball.

Behind the eight ball.
English phrase.

Behind the eight-ball.
English phrase.

Behind the Scenes.

Behind the scenes.
English phrase.

Behind the scenes.
widespread idiom
en] secretly, out of the public view; done in seclusion rather than in public.

Behind the Times.

Behind the times.
English phrase.

Behind the wheel.
English phrase.

Behind time.
English phrase.

Bein darkmans.
English phrase.

Being a good friend of a scorpion doesn't mean that you can't be stung by a honeybee.
Africa

Being a swimmer and spending time in the water does not make you a fish.
Africa

Being blind doesn't mean one cannot dream or imagine.
Africa

Being clean is the half of faith.

Being in the forest and failing to see trees is a curse.
Africa

Being on the Sea sail, being on the land settle.

Being that.
English phrase.

Being well dressed does not prevent one from being poor.
Africa

Belay my last.
English phrase.

Belemnite battlefield.
English phrase.

Belgravian.
English phrase.

Believe in yourself, be honest and true, look yourself square in the face, and if you can approve of your life's work, it mattereth not if friends forsake and enemies condemn, you are still a king.

Believe in.
English phrase.

Believe it or not.
English phrase.

Believe me.
English phrase.

Believe not all the ill reports you hear of others; the half is ne'er true.

Believe one's ears.
English phrase.

Believe one's eyes.
English phrase.

Believe what you see and not all you hear.

Believe you me!.
English phrase.

Believe you me.
English phrase.

Believes versus Beliefs.
en] Confusing Words

Bell it out.
English phrase.

Bell out.
English phrase.

Bell the Cat.

Bell the cat.
English phrase.

Bell, book and candle.

Belle of the ball.

Bells and whistles.

Bells and whistles.
English phrase.

Bells call others to the Church, but enter not in themselves.

Belly Laugh.

Belly up to the bar.
English phrase.

Belly up.
English phrase.

Belly-up to the bar.
English phrase.

Below par.
English phrase.

Below the belt.

Below the belt.
en] This means someone said or did something that was against the rules, unfair or cruel.

Below the belt.
English phrase.

Below the salt.

Below the salt.
English phrase.

Below versus Bellows.
en] Confusing Words

Belt and braces.

Belt and suspenders.
English phrase.

Belt out.
English phrase.

Belt up.

Belt up.
English phrase.

Bench jockey.
English phrase.

Bend an Elbow.

Bend down.
English phrase.

Bend one's elbow.
English phrase.

Bend over backwards.
en] Make a great effort.
en] To give extra effort trying to make something happen.

Bend over backwards.
English phrase.

Bend over.
English phrase.

Bend somebody's ear.
English phrase.

Bend someone's ear.
English phrase.

Bend the knee.
English phrase.

Bend the truth.
English phrase.

Bend the willow while it is young

Bene darkmans.
English phrase.

Bene lightmans.
English phrase.

Beneath the surface.
English phrase.

Beneficium ordinis seu excussionis.
English phrase.

Benefited versus Benefitted.
en] Confusing Words

Benevolent overlord.
English phrase.

Bent as a nine-bob note.
English phrase.

Bent on a splice.
English phrase.

Bent on.
English phrase.

Bent versus Bended.
en] Confusing Words

Beside oneself.
English phrase.

Beside the point.
English phrase.

Beside versus Besides.
en] Confusing Words

Best (Greatest) Thing Since Sliced Bread.

Best Bang for Your Buck.

Best bet.
English phrase.

Best bib and tucker.

Best Case Scenario.

Best laid plans.
English phrase.

Best of both worlds.

Best of both worlds.
English phrase.

Best of luck.
English phrase.

Best of the bunch.
English phrase.

Best regards.
English phrase.

Best thing since sliced bread.

Best thing since sliced bread.
English phrase.

Best thing since sliced pan.
English phrase.

Best-kept secret.
English phrase.

Bestow on.
English phrase.

Bet dollars to donuts.
English phrase.

Bet on the jockey, not the horse.

Bet one's boots.
English phrase.

Bet One's Bottom Dollar (On Something).

Bet one's bottom dollar.
English phrase.

Bet out.
English phrase.

Bet the farm.
en] This expression means to risk a great deal on something.

Bet the farm.
English phrase.

Bet the jockey, not the horse.

Bet up.
English phrase.

Bet Your Bottom Dollar.

Bet Your Sweet Bippy.

BÍte Noire.

Better a bad excuse, than none at all.

Better a bare foot then no foot at all.

Better a calamity to be far away.
Africa

Better an egg today than a hen tomorrow.

Better an egg today than a hen tomorrow.
English phrase.

Better angels.
English phrase.

Better be ill spoken of by one before all, then by all before one.

Better dead than red.

Better dead than red.
English phrase.

Better eat gray bread in your youth than in your age.
Scotch.

Better give birth to a sweating baby than a laughing one.
Africa

Better give nothing than stolen alms.
Ger.

Better half.

Better half.
English phrase.

Better is the enemy of good.

Better it be done then wish it had been done.

Better Keep Quiet About It.

Better late than never.

Better Left Unsaid.

Better let your glasses up. it's fixing to come up a cloud.
English phrase.

Better Luck Next Time.

Better my hog dirty home then no hog at all.

Better part of.
English phrase.

Better pass a danger once then be always in fear.

Better poor, young and wise, than rich, old and a fool.
Ger.

Better ride on an Asse that carries me, then an Asse that throws me.

Better Safe Than Sorry.

Better safe than sorry.
English phrase.

Better stay with the devil you know than an angel you don't know.
Africa

Better than a poke in the eye with a burnt stick.
English phrase.

Better than a poke in the eye with a rusty nail.
English phrase.

Better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.
English phrase.

Better than a poke in the eye with a shitty stick.
English phrase.

Better than a poke in the eye.
English phrase.

Better than sex.
English phrase.

Better that the feet slip then the tongue.

Better that we should err in action than wholly refuse to perform. The storm is so much better than the calm, as it declares the presence of a living principle. Stagnation is something worse than death. It is corruption also.
Simms

Better the devil you know than the devil you don't (know).

Better the devil you know than the devil you don't know.

Better the devil you know than the devil you don't know.
English phrase.

Better the devil you know than the devil you don't.

Better the devil you know than the devil you don't.
English phrase.

Better the devil you know than the one you don't (know).

Better the devil you know than the one you don't know.

Better the devil you know than the one you don't know.
English phrase.

Better the devil you know than the one you don't.

Better the devil you know than the one you don't.
English phrase.

Better the devil you know.

Better the devil you know.
English phrase.

Better the last smile then the first laughter.

Better to aim at comfort' than at luxury.
Africa

Better to be alone than in bad company.

Better to be beaten then be in bad company.

Better to be late than be dead on time.
English phrase.

Better to Be the Head of a Dog than the Tail of a Lion.

Better to bit your tongue than biting your words.
Africa

Better to die a begger then live a begger.

Better to go about then to fall into the ditch.

Better to go to bed supperless then to rise in debt.

Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

Better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
English phrase.

Better to have then wish.

Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.

Better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness.

Better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness.
English phrase.

Better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.

Better to miss thy manhood's aim
Than sacrifice the boy's.
George MacDonald, Roadside Poems: Better Things

Better to remain silent and be thought a fool that to speak and remove all doubt.

Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

Better to remain silent and thought a fool, than to speak out and remove all doubt.

Better to rule then be ruled by the rout.

Better under the beard of the old than the whip of the young.
Polish.

Better watch your mouth!.
English phrase.

Between a rock and a hard place.

Between a rock and a hard place.
en] In difficulty, faced with a choice between two unsatisfactory options.

Between a rock and a hard place.
English phrase.

Between brother and brother, accounts should be square.

Between imitation and envy, imitation is better.
Africa

Between Jobs.

Between Life and Death.

Between promising and performing a man may marry his daughter.

Between scylla and charybdis.
English phrase.

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
English phrase.

Between the hammer and the anvil.
English phrase.

Between the jigs and the reels.
English phrase.

Between the pipes.
English phrase.

Between the wars.

Between true friends even water drunk together is sweet enough.
Africa

Between two stools one falls to the ground.

Between two stools.

Between versus Among.
en] Confusing Words

Between you, me and the bed-post.

Between you, me, and the bedpost.
English phrase.

Betwixt and between.
English phrase.

Beware of a poor alchemist.
Ital.

Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
Jesus, Matthew 7:15 KJV

Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts.

Beware of Greeks Bearing Gifts.
English phrase.

Beware of the dog.
English phrase.

Beware of time because it has the answers.
Africa

Beware the Ides of March.

Beyond a Reasonable Doubt.

Beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Beyond belief.

Beyond my (our) ken.
English phrase.

Beyond one's ken.
English phrase.

Beyond One's Means.

Beyond one's pay grade.
English phrase.

Beyond our ken.

Beyond price.

Beyond the black stump.
English phrase.

Beyond the call of duty.
English phrase.

Beyond the Pale.

Beyond the pale.
English phrase.

Beyond the Shadow of a Doubt.

Beyond Words.

Beyond words.
English phrase.

Beyond Your Depth.

BFD.
English phrase.

Bi now, gay later.

Biannual versus Semiannual.
en] Confusing Words

Biblical phrases.

Biblical.
English phrase.

Bid fair.
English phrase.

Bid You Adieu.

Bide One's Time.

Bide one's time.
English phrase.

Bidey, bye, bye!.
English phrase.

Big Apple.

Big as a barn.
English phrase.

Big blow-out.
English phrase.

Big boy.
English phrase.

Big boys.
English phrase.

Big break.
English phrase.

Big Brother.

Big Bucks.

Big bucks.
English phrase.

Big Cheese.

Big cheese.
English phrase.

Big daddy.
English phrase.

Big Deal.

Big deal.
English phrase.

Big dipper.
English phrase.

Big enchilada.
English phrase.

Big fat.
English phrase.

Big fish eat little fish.

Big fish in a small pond.

Big fish in a small pond.
English phrase.

Big Fish.

Big Frog in a Small Pond.

Big girl.
English phrase.

Big girl's blouse.
English phrase.

Big gun.
English phrase.

Big guy.
English phrase.

Big in japan.
English phrase.

Big kahuna.
English phrase.

Big Man on Campus.

Big Mouth.

Big mouth.
English phrase.

Big name.
English phrase.

Big ol'.
English phrase.

Big old.
English phrase.

Big ole.
English phrase.

Big Picture.

Big picture.
English phrase.

Big shop.
English phrase.

Big Shot.

Big shot.
English phrase.

Big sleep.
English phrase.

Big spender.
English phrase.

Big talk.
English phrase.

Big tent.
English phrase.

Big things come in small packages.

Big thunder, little rain.

Big time.

Big top.
English phrase.

Big up.
English phrase.

Big wheel.
English phrase.

Big wig.

Big year.
English phrase.

Big-boned.
English phrase.

Big-endians and small-endians.

Bigger Fish to Fry.

Bigger fish to fry.
English phrase.

Bigger than Ben Hur.
English phrase.

Bigwig.

Bigwig.
English phrase.

Bill of goods.

Bill of goods.
English phrase.

Bill Stickers is innocent.

Billy no mates.

Bim, BEM, Bum.
English phrase.

Bimbo.

Binary decimal.
English phrase.

Bind over.
English phrase.

Bind up.
English phrase.

Binded versus Bound.
en] Confusing Words

Binge and Purge.

Binge drinking.

Binge watch.

Bingeing versus Binging.
en] Confusing Words

Bio queen.
English phrase.

Bird in the bosom.
English phrase.

Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush.

Bird in the Hand is Worth Two in the Bush.
English phrase.

Bird in the hand.

Bird in the hand.
English phrase.

Bird of one's own brain.
English phrase.

Birds and bees.
English phrase.

Birds and the Bees.

Bird's Eye View.

Birds in Their Little Nest Agree.

Birds of a feather (flock together).
en] Similar people tend to spend time with each other.

Birds of a feather flock together.

Birds of a feather flock together.
English phrase.

Birds of a feather flock togetner.
English phrase.

Birds of a feather.
English phrase.

Birds of the feather flock together.

Birds of the feather flock together.
English phrase.

Birds sing not because they have answers but because they have songs.
Africa

Bird's-Eye View.

Bird's-eye view.
English phrase.

Birth tourism.
English phrase.

Birthday Suit.

Birthday suit.
English phrase.

Bit by a barn mouse.
English phrase.

Bit in the biten of lake.
English phrase.

Bit on the side.
English phrase.

Bit part.
English phrase.

Bit the, Bite the bullet.

Bit versus Bitten.
en] Confusing Words

Bitch goddess.
English phrase.

Bitch off.
English phrase.

Bitch out.
English phrase.

Bitch slap.

Bitch slapped.
English phrase.

Bitch up.
English phrase.

Bite down.
English phrase.

Bite i gresset.
English phrase.

Bite in.
English phrase.

Bite me.
English phrase.

Bite my shiny metal ass.
English phrase.

Bite of the cherry.
English phrase.

Bite of the reality sandwich.
English phrase.

Bite off more than one can chew.
English phrase.

Bite off more than you can chew.

Bite off more than you can chew.
en] Take on something that is too much for you to handle.

Bite Off More Than You Can Chew.
English phrase.

Bite off.
English phrase.

Bite one's lip.
English phrase.

Bite One's Nails.

Bite one's tongue.
English phrase.

Bite someone in the arse.
English phrase.

Bite someone's head off.
English phrase.

Bite the Big One.

Bite the big one.
English phrase.

Bite the biscuit.
English phrase.

Bite the bullet.

Bite the bullet.
English phrase.

Bite the dust.

Bite the dust.
English phrase.

Bite the hand that feeds one.
English phrase.

Bite the Hand That Feeds You.

Bite the hand that feeds you.
English phrase.

Bite the Hand That Feeds.

Bite to eat.
English phrase.

Bite your tongue.
en] Refrain from saying something because you don't think it would be a good idea.
en] To remain silent.

Bite Your Tongue.
English phrase.

Biting his lips.
English phrase.

Bits and bobs.
English phrase.

Bitten by the Same Bug.

Bitter end.
English phrase.

Bitter Pill to Swallow.

Bitter pill to swallow.
English phrase.

Bitter pill.
English phrase.

Bitter pills may have blessed effects.

Bi-weekly versus Semi-weekly.
en] Confusing Words

Blabbermouths.
English phrase.

Black ambition stains a public cause.
Pope.

Black and Blue.

Black and blue.
English phrase.

Black and White.

Black and white.
English phrase.

Black as a Skillet.

Black as coal.
English phrase.

Black as Newgate's knocker.

Black as Night.

Black as thunder.
English phrase.

Black babies.
English phrase.

Black beetle.
English phrase.

Black don't crack.
English phrase.

Black Eye.

Black eye.
English phrase.

Black gold.
English phrase.

Black gum.
English phrase.

Black magic.
English phrase.

Black man.
English phrase.

Black maria.
English phrase.

Black mark.
English phrase.

Black out.
English phrase.

Black over Bill's mother's.
English phrase.

Black rider.
English phrase.

Black Sheep of the Family.

Black Sheep of the Family.
English phrase.

Black Sheep.

Black sheep.
English phrase.

Black tie.
English phrase.

Black triangle.
English phrase.

Black up.
English phrase.

Black widow.
English phrase.

Black.
English phrase.

Black-and-Blue.

Black-and-white.
English phrase.

Black-on-black.

Black-on-black.
English phrase.

Blame canada.
English phrase.

Blame game.
English phrase.

Blank canvas.
English phrase.

Blank Check.

Blank out.
English phrase.

Blanket term.
English phrase.

Blare out.
English phrase.

Blast away.
English phrase.

Blast from the Past.

Blast from the past.
English phrase.

Blast off.
English phrase.

Blatant versus Flagrant.
en] Confusing Words

Blaze a Trail.

Blaze a trail.
English phrase.

Blaze away.
English phrase.

Blaze it.
English phrase.

Blaze of glory.
en] To finish something, like your career or your life, in a dramatic or spectacular way.

Blaze up.
English phrase.

Blazing star.
English phrase.

Bleed out.
English phrase.

Bleed red ink.
English phrase.

Bleed Someone Dry.

Bleed the lizard.
English phrase.

Bleed to death.
English phrase.

Bleeding edge.
English phrase.

Bleeding Heart.

Bleeding Heart.
English phrase.

Bleeding-edge.
English phrase.

Bleep out.
English phrase.

Blend in.
English phrase.

Bless someone's cotton socks.
English phrase.

Bless someone's heart.
English phrase.

Bless you! (after a sneeze).

Bless you.
English phrase.

Bless Your Lucky Star.

Blessed are the peacemakers.

Blessed event.
English phrase.

Blessed is He Who Expects Nothing.

Blessing in disguise.

Blessing in disguise.
English phrase.

Blessings of ancestors are greater than those of a living human being.
Africa

Blimp out.
English phrase.

Blimp versus Zeppelin.
en] Confusing Words

Blind alley.
English phrase.

Blind ambition quite mistakes her road.
Young.

Blind as a Bat.

Blind as a bat.
English phrase.

Blind Date.

Blind date.
English phrase.

Blind Leading the Blind.

Blind leading the blind.
English phrase.

Blind Luck.

Blind side someone.
English phrase.

Blind with science.
English phrase.

Blind.
English phrase.

Blinded by Love.

Blind-man's buff.

Bling out.
English phrase.

Bling-bling.

Blink of an eye.
English phrase.

Blink-and-you-miss-it.
English phrase.

Bliss out.
English phrase.

Blob out.
English phrase.

Block off.
English phrase.

Block out.
English phrase.

Block up.
English phrase.

Blocking and tackling.
English phrase.

Blond versus Blonde.
en] Confusing Words

Blonde bombshell.

Blood and guts.
English phrase.

Blood and Thunder.

Blood blister.

Blood cannot be washed out with blood.

Blood in the water.
English phrase.

Blood is thick than water.

Blood is thicker than water.

Blood is thicker than water.
en] The bond of people who are family or 'blood relatives' is stronger than the bond between friends or acquaintances.

Blood is thicker than water.
English phrase.

Blood mary.
English phrase.

Blood moon.
English phrase.

Blood only serves to wash ambition's hands.
Byron.

Blood Runs Thicker Than Water.

Blood toil tears and sweat.

Blood Will Have Blood.

Blood will tell.

Blood, sweat and tears.

Blood, sweat and tears.
English phrase.

Blood, Toil, Tears, and Sweat.

Bloody oath.
English phrase.

Bloody up.
English phrase.

Bloody-minded.

Bloom is off the peach.
English phrase.

Bloom is off the rose.
English phrase.

Bloom where you are planted.

Blossom out.
English phrase.

Blot on the escutcheon.
English phrase.

Blot on the landscape.

Blot one's copy book.
English phrase.

Blot out.
English phrase.

Blow a fuse.
English phrase.

Blow a gasket.
English phrase.

Blow a kiss.
English phrase.

Blow a raspberry - see raspberry tart.

Blow a raspberry.

Blow Away the Cobwebs.

Blow away.
English phrase.

Blow chunks.
English phrase.

Blow down.
English phrase.

Blow Hot and Cold.

Blow hot and cold.
English phrase.

Blow it.
English phrase.

Blow me down.
English phrase.

Blow me.
English phrase.

Blow Off Steam.

Blow off steam.
English phrase.

Blow off.
English phrase.

Blow one's chance.
English phrase.

Blow one's chances.
English phrase.

Blow one's load.
English phrase.

Blow One's Stack.

Blow one's stack.
English phrase.

Blow One's Top.

Blow one's top.
English phrase.

Blow one's wad.
English phrase.

Blow out of proportion.
English phrase.

Blow out.
English phrase.

Blow over.
English phrase.

Blow past.
English phrase.

Blow sky high.
English phrase.

Blow smoke.
en] Exaggerate or say things that aren't true to make you seem better or more knowledgeable than you are.

Blow smoke.
English phrase.

Blow Someone a Kiss.

Blow Someone Off.

Blow Someone Out of the Water.

Blow someone out of the water.
English phrase.

Blow someone's cover.
English phrase.

Blow someone's mind.
English phrase.

Blow something out of proportion.
en] Make something seem much more significant than it really is.

Blow the Cobwebs Away (or Out of Something).

Blow the lid off.
English phrase.

Blow the Whistle (on Someone).

Blow the whistle.
English phrase.

Blow this joint.
English phrase.

Blow this pop stand.
English phrase.

Blow this popsicle stand.
English phrase.

Blow to kingdom come.
English phrase.

Blow up in one's face.
English phrase.

Blow up someone's phone.
English phrase.

Blow Up.

Blow up.
English phrase.

Blow upon.
English phrase.

Blow your horn!.
English phrase.

Blow your mind.

Blow Your Own Horn.
English phrase.

Blow Your Own Trumpet.

Blow-by-Blow Account.

Blow-by-blow.
English phrase.

Blowhard.

Blowing hot and cold.
English phrase.

Blown away.
en] Extremely impressed by something.

Blown Out of Proportion.

Blown out of the water.
English phrase.

Blown to smithereens.

Blow-out.
English phrase.

Blowtorch a marshmallow cake.
English phrase.

Blubber.
English phrase.

Blud.
English phrase.

Blue are the hills that are far away.

Blue Around the Gills.

Blue Blood (adj. blue-blooded).

Blue blood.

Blue Blood.
English phrase.

Blue Bloods.
English phrase.

Blue book.
English phrase.

Blue chamber.
English phrase.

Blue collar, white collar.

Blue Collar.

Blue devils.
English phrase.

Blue Eyed Boy.

Blue Light Special.

Blue Moon.

Blue moon.
en] An event that does not occur often.

Blue moon.
English phrase.

Blue movie.
English phrase.

Blue note.
English phrase.

Blue plate special.

Blue state.
English phrase.

Blue wall of silence.
English phrase.

Blue whale.
English phrase.

Blue-eyed boy.
English phrase.

Blue-eyed.
English phrase.

Blue-plate special.

Blue-sky thinking.
English phrase.

Bluewash.
English phrase.

Bluff Your Way Out.

Blurt out.
English phrase.

Blush is off the peach.
English phrase.

Blush is off the rose.
English phrase.

BNI.
English phrase.

Bo jook.
English phrase.

Board out.
English phrase.

Board up.
English phrase.

Boat race.

Bob up.
English phrase.

Bob's Your Uncle.

Bob's your uncle.
English phrase.

Bode well.

Bodice Ripper.

BODMAS.
English phrase.

Body blow.
English phrase.

Body English.
English phrase.

Body of water.
English phrase.

Body surfing.

Bog down.
English phrase.

Bog in.
English phrase.

Bog off.
English phrase.

Bog Something Down.

Bog standard.

Bog standard.
English phrase.

Bogged down.
English phrase.

BOHICA.
English phrase.

Boil down to.
English phrase.

Boil down.
English phrase.

Boil off.
English phrase.

Boil over.
English phrase.

Boil to the surface.
en] This expression is usually used to refer to a problem or issue that has existed without being addressed.

Boil up.
English phrase.

Boiling frog.
English phrase.

Boiling hot.
English phrase.

Boiling mad.
English phrase.

Boiling point.
English phrase.

Bold as Brass.

Bold as brass.
English phrase.

Boldly go where no man has gone before.
English phrase.

Bolix up.
English phrase.

Bollocks to it.
English phrase.

Bollocks up.
English phrase.

Bolster Something Up.

Bolt bucket.
English phrase.

Bolt from the blue.

Bolt from the Blue.
English phrase.

Bolt Out of Somewhere.

Bomb around.
English phrase.

Bomb out.
English phrase.

Bombard Someone With Questions.

BOMDAS.
English phrase.

Bona nochy.
English phrase.

Bone Dry.

Bone dry.
English phrase.

Bone hard.
English phrase.

Bone idle.

Bone idle.
English phrase.

Bone in her teeth.
English phrase.

Bone in the throat.
English phrase.

Bone of Contention.

Bone of contention.
English phrase.

Bone Up On Something.

Bone up on.

Bone up.
English phrase.

Bone-crunching.
English phrase.

Bone-deep.
English phrase.

Bone-dry.
English phrase.

Bone-idle.
English phrase.

Bones and flesh of the martyrs lie buried in earth, but their revolutionary spirit and single-hearted fidelity remain alive.
Africa

Bones to the late comers.
English phrase.

Bone-shaking.
English phrase.

Boo boo.
English phrase.

Boo Someone Off the Stage.

Booby prize.

Booby prize.
English phrase.

Booby trap.

Boogie Down to Somewhere.

Boogie down.
English phrase.

Boogie on down.
English phrase.

Boogie-woogie.

Book dumping.
English phrase.

Book in.
English phrase.

Book on Out of Somewhere.

Book stands by itself and experience stands by itself.
Africa

Book up.
English phrase.

Books are never out of humour; never envious or jealous, they answer all questions with readiness; . . . they teach us how to live and how to die; they dispel melancholy by their mirth, and amuse by their wit; they prepare the soul to suffer everything and desire nothing; they introduce us to ourselves.
Holbrook Jackson (1874 - 1948)

Boom goes the dynamite.
English phrase.

Boom or bust!.
English phrase.

Boomshanka.
English phrase.

Boon and bane.
English phrase.

Boon or bane.
English phrase.

Boost of Someone Up.

Boot camp.
English phrase.

Boot out.
English phrase.

Boot Someone Out.

Boot up.
English phrase.

Boots and all.
English phrase.

Boots on the ground.
English phrase.

Booze can.
English phrase.

Booze cruise.

Booze It Up.

Booze up.
English phrase.

Border on.
English phrase.

Bore You to Death.

Bored out of one's brains.
English phrase.

Bored out of one's mind.
English phrase.

Borganism.
English phrase.

Born again.

Born and bred.
English phrase.

Born by the fire and die by the fire.
Africa

Born in a barn.
English phrase.

Born on the fourth of july.
English phrase.

Born on The Wrong Side of the Blanket.

Born Out of Wedlock.

Born with a silver spoon in one's mouth.

Born with a silver spoon in one's mouth.
English phrase.

Born With a Silver Spoon in Your Mouth.
English phrase.

Born within the sound of Bow Bells.

Born yesterday.
English phrase.

Borne out.
English phrase.

Borne versus Born.
en] Confusing Words

Borrow Trouble.

Borrowed time.
English phrase.

Boss about.
English phrase.

Boss around.
English phrase.

Boss eyed.

Boss Someone Around.

Botch up.
English phrase.

Both potter is jealous of potter and craftsman of craftsman; and poor man has a grudge against poor man, and poet against poet.
HESIOD (Circa 720 b. c.?), Works and Days, Line 25

Bottle and glass.

Bottle away.
English phrase.

Bottle of Dog.
English phrase.

Bottle out.

Bottle out.
English phrase.

Bottle Something Up.

Bottle up.
English phrase.

Bottom bitch.
English phrase.

Bottom drawer.

Bottom edge.
English phrase.

Bottom falls out.
English phrase.

Bottom feeder.
English phrase.

Bottom fishing.
English phrase.

Bottom hand.
English phrase.

Bottom line.
English phrase.

Bottom of the Barrel.

Bottom of the line.
English phrase.

Bottom of the ninth.
English phrase.

Bottom Out.

Bottom out.
English phrase.

Bottom the house.
English phrase.

Bottoming the house.
English phrase.

Bottoms Up!

Bottoms up.
English phrase.

Bottom-up.

Bought the farm.

Bought the farm.
English phrase.

Bounce Back From Something.

Bounce back.
English phrase.

Bounce off the walls.
English phrase.

Bounce off.
English phrase.

Bounce Something Around.

Bouncing off the walls.
English phrase.

Bound and Determined.

Bound to.
English phrase.

Bourgeois versus Bourgeoisie.
en] Confusing Words

Bow and scrape.
English phrase.

Bow down.
English phrase.

Bow out.
English phrase.

Bow to.
English phrase.

Bowl a googly.
English phrase.

Bowl of cherries.
English phrase.

Bowl out.
English phrase.

Bowl over.
English phrase.

Bowled a maiden over.

Bowled over.
English phrase.

Bow-legged wi' brass.
English phrase.

Box and Cox.

Box clever.
English phrase.

Box in.
English phrase.

Box off.
English phrase.

Box on the ear.
English phrase.

Box oneself into a corner.
English phrase.

Box out.
English phrase.

Box seat.
English phrase.

Box someone's ears.
English phrase.

Box the compass.
English phrase.

Box up.
English phrase.

Box your ears.
English phrase.

Boxer shorts.
English phrase.

Boxing Day.

Box-office bomb.
English phrase.

Boy howdy.
English phrase.

Boy in the boat.
English phrase.

Boy racer.
English phrase.

Boy Toy.

Boy toy.
English phrase.

Boys and girls.
English phrase.

Boys and their toys.
English phrase.

Boys will be Boys.

Boys will be boys.
English phrase.

Bozo eruption.
English phrase.

Brabbling currs never want fore ears.

Brace aback.
English phrase.

Brace about.
English phrase.

Brace abox.
English phrase.

Brace by.
English phrase.

Brace in.
English phrase.

Brace of shakes.
English phrase.

Brace up.
English phrase.

Brag is a good Dog, but Holdfast is a better.

Brag on.
English phrase.

Bragging rights.
English phrase.

Brahma once asked of Force, "Who is stronger than thou?" She replied, "Address.".
Victor Hugo

Brahms and Lizst.

Brain bucket.
English phrase.

Brain candy.
English phrase.

Brain cramp.
English phrase.

Brain fart.
English phrase.

Brain surgeon.
English phrase.

Brain surgery.
English phrase.

Brain teaser.
English phrase.

Brain-dead.
English phrase.

Brainiac.
English phrase.

Brainstorm.

Brainwashed.
English phrase.

Brake pedal.
English phrase.

Branch off.
English phrase.

Branch out.
English phrase.

Brand new.

Brand spanking new.

Brass ceiling.
English phrase.

Brass farthing.
English phrase.

Brass monkey weather.

Brass monkey.
English phrase.

Brass monkeys.
English phrase.

Brass neck.
English phrase.

Brass ring.
English phrase.

Brass tacks.

Brassed off.
English phrase.

Brass-neck.
English phrase.

Brass-necked.
English phrase.

Brave actions never want a trumpet.

Brave out.
English phrase.

Brave the raim.
English phrase.

Bravo! you aced it! congrats!.
English phrase.

Brazen out.
English phrase.

Breach versus Breech.
en] Confusing Words

Bread always falls buttered side down.

Bread and butter.
English phrase.

Bread with eyes, and cheese without eyes. Ita.

Bread-and-Butter Letter.

Bread-and-butter.
English phrase.

Breadwinner.
English phrase.

Break a Code.

Break a Habit.

Break a law.
English phrase.

Break a leg.

Break a leg.
en] To wish someone good luck.

Break a leg.
English phrase.

Break a Record.

Break a Story.

Break a sweat.
English phrase.

Break Away From Something.

Break away.
English phrase.

Break back.
English phrase.

Break Bread with Someone.

Break cover.
English phrase.

Break down.
English phrase.

Break even.
English phrase.

Break ground.
English phrase.

Break in the case.
English phrase.

Break in.
English phrase.

Break into.
English phrase.

Break new ground.
English phrase.

Break off.
English phrase.

Break one off.
English phrase.

Break one's back.
English phrase.

Break one's duck.
English phrase.

Break one's lance.
English phrase.

Break Out in A Cold Sweat.

Break out of your shell.
English phrase.

Break out.
English phrase.

Break rank.
English phrase.

Break ranks.
English phrase.

Break someone's heart.
English phrase.

Break the back of.
English phrase.

Break the Bank.

Break the bank.
English phrase.

Break the buck.
English phrase.

Break the cycle.
English phrase.

Break the deadlock.
English phrase.

Break the fourth wall.
English phrase.

Break the ice.

Break the ice.
en] Attempt to become friends with someone.

Break the ice.
English phrase.

Break the Internet.
English phrase.

Break the mold.
English phrase.

Break the Sabbath.
English phrase.

Break the seal.
English phrase.

Break through.
English phrase.

Break up.
English phrase.

Break up/Split up (With Somebody).

Break versus Brake.
en] Confusing Words

Break wind.
English phrase.

Break with.
English phrase.

Break your back.
English phrase.

Breakdown versus Break Down.
en] Confusing Words

Breakfast of champions.
English phrase.

Breaking and entering.
English phrase.

Breaking news of the dead in the right way is very important.
Africa

Breaking News.

Breaking Ranks.

Breaking Wind.

Breast is best.

Breast up.
English phrase.

Breath of Fresh Air.

Breath of fresh air.
English phrase.

Breath versus Breathe.
en] Confusing Words

Breathe a Sigh of Relief.

Breathe a sigh of relief.
English phrase.

Breathe a word.
English phrase.

Breathe down somebody's neck.
en] Watch somebody very closely (often in an annoying way).

Breathe down someone's neck.
English phrase.

Breathe easy.
English phrase.

Breathe in.
English phrase.

Breathe One's Last Breath.

Breathe out.
English phrase.

Bred-in-the-bone.
English phrase.

Breed in the bone.
English phrase.

Breed like rabbits.
English phrase.

Breeding Will Tell.

Breeze through.
English phrase.

Breeze up.
English phrase.

Brevity is the Soul of Wit.

Brevity is the soul of wit.
English phrase.

Brew up.
English phrase.

Bribe Someone into Doing Something.

Brick and Mortar versus Brick and Morter.
en] Confusing Words

Brick and mortar.
English phrase.

Brick by brick.
English phrase.

Brick house.
English phrase.

Brick in one's hat.
English phrase.

Brick in.
English phrase.

Brick up.
English phrase.

Brick wall.
English phrase.

Brickbat.
English phrase.

Bricks and clicks.

Bricks and mortar.

Bricks and mortar.
English phrase.

Bridge the gap.
English phrase.

Bridge too far.
English phrase.

Bridge.
English phrase.

Bridle path.
English phrase.

Bridle up.
English phrase.

Brief versus Debrief.
en] Confusing Words

Bright and Early.

Bright and early.
English phrase.

Bright as a button.
English phrase.

Bright idea.

Bright lights.
English phrase.

Bright line.
English phrase.

Bright shiny object.
English phrase.

Bright young thing.
English phrase.

Brighten up.
English phrase.

Bright-Eyed and Bushy-Tailed.

Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
English phrase.

Bright-line rule.
English phrase.

Brighton Pier.

Brim over.
English phrase.

Bring a knife to a gunfight.
English phrase.

Bring about.
English phrase.

Bring around.
English phrase.

Bring back.
English phrase.

Bring down the hammer.
English phrase.

Bring down the house.
English phrase.

Bring down.
English phrase.

Bring forth.
English phrase.

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