If I say something is the "treatment of choice" or the "pencil of choice", etc., does that imply that this is the best of all the possible choices available -- that those who know best would choose ...
They sold the stocks out from under me. Is this "sold the stocks out from under me" common? It seems to mean they defrauded me.
Pretty much that's the question. I wanna think that I have heard it used many times ("I've been looking to do that for the longest time"), but now I'm not sure. Thanks!