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English Idioms and Sayings
  Idiom or Saying User Date Translations Comments
Idiom or Saying Ne'er cast a clout until May is out JPablo
October 11, 2010
1 2
Idiom or Saying Necessity is the mother of invention Tomisimo
September 14, 2008
2 0
Idiom or Saying Necessity knows no law JPablo
June 01, 2012
0 1
Idiom or Saying Needless to say Rusty
August 26, 2008
3 0
Idiom or Saying Needs must when the devil drives JPablo
June 02, 2016
1 0
Idiom or Saying Neither a borrower nor a lender be Glen
April 03, 2012
10 1
Idiom or Saying Neither fish, nor fowl Rusty
July 05, 2008
5 1
Idiom or Saying Neither here nor there Tomisimo
July 24, 2008
1 0
Idiom or Saying Neither one of them could pour water out of a boot; now «___... Glen
May 31, 2013
1 0
Idiom or Saying Neither one thing nor the other JPablo
March 22, 2013
1 0
Idiom or Saying Nest egg Gemma
June 23, 2008
1 0
Idiom or Saying Never ask a barber if he thinks you need a haircut Glen
December 14, 2011
1 0
Idiom or Saying Never darken my door again Gemma
June 23, 2008
2 0
Idiom or Saying Never drop your gun to hug a grizzly Glen
September 23, 2012
1 0
Idiom or Saying Never ever Rusty
April 06, 2009
6 0



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