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Idioms are a group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words. Use [idiom-requests] if you are searching for an idiom with a particular meaning.

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I've been looking for a phrase that would describe the opposite of putting two and two together. For example: "I thought Cindy's murder had everything to do with Mark's disappearance, but as it turn …
asked Oct 17 '14 by yuritsuki
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I prefer the term "cannon fodder". While it's not necessarily an idiom, its meaning is to convey you using an ally or person to engage them in risky or dangerous acts, such as whacking a nettlebush wi …
answered Jan 16 '15 by yuritsuki