To Feather One's Nest

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To Feather One's Nest : Phrases


To provide for one's comfort; especially, for comfort in later life by amassing wealth.


Politicians today are more concerned with
feathering their pension nest than paying attention to ruinning the country.


It is the practice of many birds, after building their nests, to pluck down from their breasts to provide a soft lining that will be comfortable during the long hours of setting upon the eggs. Thanks to Katie Cutie.

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