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Our database is made from Phrases, Idioms and Sayings that are in common use in English. Basically that includes anything that most people will have heard before and will recognise the meaning of.

  • The many thousands of phrases that are used every day in colloquial speech, like the whole nine yards, go for it and kiss and make up.

  • Cockney Rhyming Slang like apples and pears and currant bun.

  • The list is long and comprehensive and currently contains more than 1,000 entries. We continuously add new phrases as they become known and as a subscriber you will also have the option of sending them to us.

    Whether you want to resolve a friendly argument over how a saying or phrase originated or whether you just enjoy words, you'll probably find something here to interest you. Are you a professional writer? If so, you may find that these Pages could make your life easier.

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  • Kangaroo Court

  • Kangaroo Court : 2

  • Katy Bar The Door

  • Katy Bar The Door : 2

  • As Keen as mustard

  • Keep a stiff upper lip

  • Keep a wide berth

  • Keep body and soul together

  • Keep Danger at Bay

  • Keep It under your hat

  • Keep It under your hat : 2

  • Keep It Up

  • Keep Schtum

  • Keep the ball rolling

  • Keep up with the Joneses

  • Keep your chin up

  • Keep your nose to the grindstone

  • Keep Your Pants On

  • Keep your pecker up

  • Keep your powder dry

  • Keep Your Shirt On

  • Keeping Up with the Jones's

  • Keepy-Uppy

  • Kettle of Fish

  • Khyber Pass

  • Kick The Bucket

  • Kick The Bucket : 2

  • Kick your heels

  • Kilroy was here

  • King of the hill

  • Kiss and Tell

  • Kiss Me Hardy

  • Kiss of Death

  • Kit and Caboodle

  • The whole Kit and Caboodle : 2

  • Kitchen Cabinet

  • Knee-jerk reaction

  • Knick-Knack

  • A knight in shining armour

  • A knock-back

  • Knock Off

  • Knock Off Work

  • Knock On Wood

  • Knock On Wood : 2

  • Knocked into a cocked hat

  • Knows which side of her bread is buttered

  • Know the ropes

  • Know your onions

  • Know which way the wind blows

  • Knuckle Down

  • Knuckle Down : 2

  • Knuckle Under

  • Knuckle Under : 2

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