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Like Father Like Son
Resembling one's parents in terms of appearance or behavior. - Phrase Origins and Meanings - Idioms and Expressions Letter L.
Let Her Rip
Permission to start, or it could mean 'go faster!'
Lickety Split
To go at a quick pace; no delaying!
Long In The Tooth
Old in age. Mainly used when referring to people or horses.
Love Birds
A pair of people who have a shared love for each other.
Lovey Dovey
The affectionate stuff that people do when they are in love, such as kissing and hugging.
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