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What does the expression the open season on someone mean?

By Mr. Amanullah, UAE -28th March-2007.

When you say it's the open season on someone it means it's a time when everyone is criticizing the individual.

Here are a few examples.

* In some Arab countries, it is the open season on George Bush.

* If we had failed to make the Super Six in the World Cup then it would have been an open season on our cricketers.

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