1. Stop! I believe something is happening that is unfair to me.
1. To be all around something. 2. To be all over someone.
1. Plentiful. 2. Receiving large amounts of money. Since that great article appeared in the newspaper, she’s been making money hand over …
1. Cheating on your spouse after being married for seven (7) years.
1. To fight vigorously.
1. This place is very chaotic and disorganized.
1. You do me a favor and I’ll do you a favor. 2. Let’s cooperate.
1. Young men going out into the world full of confidence but not full of experience.
1. Said with a cautious tone, this phrase points out that you have to live with the decisions you make, that you …
1. Often used by children, this is really a directive to tell someone to move out of the way because you cannot …