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Hands Down
Anything that's easy or has no difficulty; something that is a certainty.
Happy as a Clam
The state of being happy; feeling delighted.
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Head Over Heels
Falling deeply in love with another person.
Heads Up
Used as an advanced warning. To become keenly aware.
High And Dry
To be left behind; abandoned. Being in a helpless situation without a way to recover.
Hard Pill to Swallow
Something that's difficult to accept.
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Hit Below The Belt
A boxing term. Also often used to refer to inappropriate words, or comments that are too personal.