Synonyms----Popular Phrases

Give the common phrase based on the synonyms.
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Last updated: April 10, 2013
First submittedApril 10, 2013
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A Dorito on your rotator cuff
A chip on your shoulder
Nosiness took away the felines life
Curiosity killed the cat
To wolf at the incorrect Oak
Barking up the wrong tree
The younger generation of a male is similar to the elder
Like father, like son
The only thing excluded is what you wash dishes in
Everything but the kitchen sink
Simple as a slice of pie
A piece of cake
Trouble with Dill or Vlassic
In a pickle
To lie about Little Red Riding Hood's nemesis
Cry wolf
In as good as health as Charlie Daniels' instrument
Fit as a fiddle
My glass of sweet, iced, or hot beverage
My cup of tea
Someone who is like a dull utensil in the garage
Not the sharpest tool in the shed
Take a chance in a non-lit area
Shot in the dark
Water falling on your floats in the street
Rain on your parade
To crazily run after a webbed-foot waterbird
Wild Goose chase
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Level 20
Jul 12, 2013
"A Dorito on your rotator cuff." Ha ha ha, best synonym ever :D .
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Level 34
Jul 31, 2013
Haha, I'm glad you liked it!! :)
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Level 77
Nov 3, 2013
pretty picky as I typed in "a shot in the dark" and " a wild goose chase". both should be accepted imho. otherwise very nice quiz
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Level 66
Dec 29, 2013
It would be nice if it also accepted variations of "Rain on your parade" (rains or raining or to rain). And "Easy as Pie" is also a common saying meaning "simple as a slice of pie". Once I got hung up on that, I couldn't think of anything else!!
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Level 66
Apr 6, 2015
I think this quiz could be a little shorter -- I definitely didn't need that much time. Also, though I did figure out what it was, "to wolf at the incorrect oak" doesn't make sense as "wolf" is not a synonym for "bark". Did you mean woof? And I agree that the pie makes it confusing as pie and cake are not the same and "easy as pie" is a common saying as well.
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Level 54
Nov 16, 2015
Hi there,

For the benefit of non-Americans, could you please accept "stab in the dark" and "not the brightest tool in the box"?

Cheers

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Level 33
May 25, 2016
Got 100% (:

I knew all of the sayings right away, but the quiz is pretty picky about wording. That's what took me the longest was figuring out how it was supposed to be worded.