Examples of Idioms starting with A

Examples of Idioms starting with A
Examples of Idioms starting with A

Examples of Idioms starting with A

Below is the list of  examples of idioms starting with A 

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush

It’s better to have a lesser but certain advantage than the possibility of a greater one that may come to nothing. Read More…

A bunch of fives

A fist. In addition, the fives are the five fingers. Read More…

A chain is only as strong as its weakest link

The proverb has a literal meaning. Although, the ‘weakest link’ referred to is figurative and usually applies to a person or a feature rather than the link of an actual chain. Read More…

A countenance more in sorrow than in anger

A person or thing that is viewed more with sadness than with anger. Read More…

A Daniel come to judgement

Someone who makes a wise judgement about something that has previously proven difficult to resolve. Read More…

A diamond in the rough

Someone who is good at heart. However, lacking social graces and respect for the law. Read More…

A different kettle of fish

An alternative; a different thing altogether. Read More…

A dish fit for the gods

An offering of high quality. Read More…

A dog is a man’s best friend

Dogs are animals that performs valuable service to humans. Additionally, they are extremely faithful to their owners and don’t leave them even during tough times. Read More…

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