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“Saved by the bell” means “rescued from a difficulty at the last moment”. Example: I was really saved by the bell when our teacher moved the math test to next week.

Idiom of the day: Touch-and-go. Meaning: Very uncertain or critical. Example: Things were touch-and-go at the office until a new manager was hired.

Idiom of the day: Touch-and-go. Meaning: Very uncertain or critical. Example: Things were touch-and-go at the office until a new manager was hired.

Adjective | tenebrific

Do you like the darkness? The little girl was sweet, almost elfin. She grinned wide and dimpled as she twirled her skirt a bit.

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There are hundreds of English words about alcohol, the act of drinking alcohol and suffering the effects of having drunk alcohol.

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9 Great Words About Drinking to be used over the Festive Period

English idiom with its meaning and an example: 'In the nick of time'. One of a series of "Idiom Cards" created by IdiomLand.com

"In the nick of time" means "just in time, at the last possible moment". Example: The doctor arrived in the nick of time.