there is no harm in






there is no harm in

the course of action specified may not guarantee success but is at least unlikely to have unwelcome repercussions

1997 - Arundhati Roy - The God of Small Things - He decided that since she couldn't have a husband there was no harm in her having an education.




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out of harm's way

in a safe place

1996 - Frank McCourt - Angela's Ashes – Take down the Pope and hide him in the coal hole where he won't be seen and he'll be out of harm's way.




someone would not harm a fly = something would not harm a fly

used to emphasize how inoffensive and harmless a person or animal is




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