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Ships Passing In the Night
Typically said when two people meet for the first time, have a chat, and then part ways shortly after. - Phrase Origins and Meanings - Idioms and Expressions Letter S.
Getting away freely from custody, punishment, or any type of risky situation.
Short End of the Stick
Getting the bad end of a deal, or receiving the least desirable outcome from something.
Son of a Gun
A person, usually one who is behaving badly.
Shot In the Dark
An attempt that has little chance for success.
Swinging For the Fences
Giving something your all.
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