Do you think these expressions can be used interchangeably? I find little or no differene between the two meanings. Does this question need more context?
Could anyone explain the use of them in the following song (Deep River Blues): Let it rain, let it pour, Let it rain a whole lot more, 'Cause I got them deep river blues.
What does cross mean in the phrase "cross and crabby"? Crabby means bad-tempered and unpleasant (Oxford Learner's Dictionary).
In an episode of the television show Archer one character refers to another as being "trout-shouldered." “This pathetic, trout-shouldered excuse for a boom operator is Chet Manly." What might this ...
I knew these are American English sentences, and they are informal. However, I would like to know what exactly it means, or it simply means nothing, and people merely want to add something unnecessary ...