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In the blues
‘Blues’ refer to bad moods, melancholy, low spirit, ill temper
See eye to eye
Seeing eye to eye means approving of each other or agreeing with each other.
This means to talk about one’s profession in a dry, boring way.
Bad – blood refers to the element of animosity in a person and, thus, ill – feeling.
Wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve
This means to express openly one’s desires or emotions.
Dog in the manger
I saw him make a wry face.
Stick to one’s guns
This means to stay consistent about one’s beliefs, opinions, decisions or cause or in other words remain faithful to one’s cause.
To cut the crackle
To miss the boat
At one’s wit’s end
To eat an humble pie
A snake in the grass
To turn over a new leaf