The book was called, Sheridan's Close," I added confidently. I'd been to the library that day to make sure there was no flaw in my plan. And aardwolves are also anteaters.
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Alan agrees. Alan — another adolescent — answered Alex and agreed. Amy angered. Absolutely anything Alan announces amounts as artificial. Alan and actual accuracy are always antipodes. Alex abhorred Amy. Aunt Allison approached. Becky loved her social networking. If she were put in detention, Facebook would know before her parents. If she saw a new piece of eye candy, a tweet announcing love at first sight would immediately be flying out of her phone to her followers. Becky lived through social media. When the fire alarm went off at school one day, she updated her status online before she followed the others out.
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Describing people with similar characters, backgrounds, interests, or beliefs. Jeremy and Isaac both love exactly the same music. Birthday suit. Bite off more than one can chew. Bite one's head off.
Bite the bullet. An expression meaning to decide to do something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off. Blind ambition. An expression meaning to seek to improve only things for yourself, not like ambition, which is about improving and changing things in the world. Blind as a bat.
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An expression meaning not being able to see very well bats use echolocation, rather than sight. Going out with someone whom you have never met, usually arranged by a mutual friend. Blindside someone. An expression meaning to simply to do or say something the person is utterly unprepared for. Blowing a lot of hot air.
Blow one's horn. An expression meaning to be boastful about one's own accomplishments, similar to "toot one's own horn". An expression meaning the outcome of a competition was completely one-sided, similar to "landslide". An expression meaning to try to mislead or threaten someone by giving false or exaggerated information.
Blue in the face. An expression meaning to get no result no matter how much effort is attempted. An expression meaning to retend to have a capability or intention one does not actually possess. Bob's your uncle. It means "it's not what you know, but who you know" referring to unearned favoritism, named after the British prime minister Robert "Bob" Cecil who appointed his undeserving nephew as Chief Secretary of ireland in It can also mean "and there you have it" Example: "Right over left, left over right, and Bob's your uncle, a knot.
Boil over or boiling point. Literally, to flow over the sides of something boiling, it means not being able to control one's anger, starting a fight. Bone chilling.
Bottom's up. Break a leg. Bred in the bone. An expression describing something firmly established or deep-rooted, similar to "died in the wool". Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. An expression meaning to intimidate someone into doing something, usually with stern or abusive words. Brown-nose, ass-kisser, kiss-ass. Someone who sucks up to you to gain your favor. This is done by doing something for you for no apparent reason, laughing even if something wasn't funny, agreeing to everything you say. Bull in a china shop. Bun in the oven. Burning a candle from both ends.
Burning bridges. You don't want to burn bridges. Bursting at the seams. An expression used to describe something full or overflowing, also when someone is overwhelmed with emotion.
Bury the hatchet. An expression meaning to end a quarrel and become friendly, similar to "let bygones be bygones". Busy as a beaver, or busy as a bee. Butter someone up.