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This tag is for questions seeking an idiom that fits a meaning. If you're also seeking a phrase, see the "phrase-requests" tag too.

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I would suggest 'bailing out a sinking ship'. He knew the time was right to cut one's losses, when it was better to find a new boat than to keep bailing out a sinking ship. And with Rydell, the Sh …
answered Mar 15 '18 by John Go-Soco
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Don't embarrass yourself any further. John, just shut up. Don't embarrass yourself any further!
answered Mar 14 '18 by John Go-Soco
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I don't believe there is an idiom which suits perfectly as an opposite to "the early bird catches the worm." However, there are some idioms which may be suitable, depending on the context. Those fir …
answered Feb 20 by John Go-Soco