Well,synonyms are the similar words that we can use to add more vocab to our language...
so here some synonyms are given for your daily use...
SOME USEFUL IDIOMS :-
1)A hot potato:-
Speak of an issue (mostly current) which many people are talking about and which is usually disputed
2)A penny for your thoughts:-
A way of asking what someone is thinking
3)Actions speak louder than words:-
People's intentions can be judged better by what they do than what they say.
4)Add insult to injury:-
To further a loss with mockery or indignity; to worsen an unfavorable situation.
5)At the drop of a hat:-
Meaning: without any hesitation; instantly.
6)Back to the drawing board:-
When an attempt fails and it's time to start all over.
7)Ball is in your court:-
It is up to you to make the next decision or step
8)Barking up the wrong tree:-
Looking in the wrong place. Accusing the wrong person
9)Be glad to see the back of:-
Be happy when a person leaves.
10)Beat around the bush:-
Avoiding the main topic. Not speaking directly about the issue.
11)Best of both worlds:-
Meaning: All the advantages.
12)Best thing since sliced bread:-
A good invention or innovation. A good idea or plan.
13)Bite off more than you can chew:-
To take on a task that is way to big.
14)Blessing in disguise:-
Something good that isn't recognized at first.
15)Burn the midnight oil:-
To work late into the night, alluding to the time before electric lighting.
16)Can't judge a book by its cover:-
Cannot judge something primarily on appearance.
17)Caught between two stools:-
When someone finds it difficult to choose between two alternatives.
18)Costs an arm and a leg:-
This idiom is used when something is very expensive.
19)Cross that bridge when you come to it:-
Deal with a problem if and when it becomes necessary, not before.
20)Cry over spilt milk:-
When you complain about a loss from the past.
21)Curiosity killed the cat:-
Being Inquisitive can lead you into an unpleasant situation.
When something is done badly to save money.
23)Cut the mustard (possibly derived from "cut the muster"):-
To succeed; to come up to expectations; adequate enough to compete or participate
To present a counter argument
25)Don't count your chickens before the eggs have hatched:-
This idiom is used to express "Don't make plans for something that might not happen".
26)Don't give up the day job:-
You are not very good at something. You could definitely not do it professionally.
27)Don't put all your eggs in one basket:-
Do not put all your resources in one possibility.
28)Drastic times call for drastic measures:-
When you are extremely desperate you need to take drastic actions.
29)Elvis has left the building:-
The show has come to an end. It's all over.
30)Every cloud has a silver lining:-
Be optimistic, even difficult times will lead to better days.
31)Far cry from:-
Very different from.
32)Feel a bit under the weather:-
Meaning: Feeling slightly ill.
33)Give the benefit of the doubt:-
Believe someone's statement, without proof.
34)Hear it on the grapevine:-
This idiom means 'to hear rumors' about something or someone.
35)Hit the nail on the head:-
Do or say something exactly right
36)Hit the sack / sheets / hay:-
To go to bed.
37)In the heat of the moment:-
Overwhelmed by what is happening in the moment.
38)It takes two to tango:-
Actions or communications need more than one person
39)Jump on the bandwagon:-
Join a popular trend or activity.
40)Keep something at bay:-
Keep something away.
41)Kill two birds with one stone:-
This idiom means, to accomplish two different things at the same time.
The final problem in a series of problems.
43)Let sleeping dogs lie:-
Meaning - do not disturb a situation as it is - since it would result in trouble or complications.
44)Let the cat out of the bag:-
To share information that was previously concealed
45)Make a long story short:-
Come to the point - leave out details
46)Method to my madness:-
An assertion that, despite one's approach seeming random, there actually is structure to it.
47)Miss the boat:-
This idiom is used to say that someone missed his or her chance
48)Not a spark of decency:-
Meaning: No manners
49)Not playing with a full deck:-
Someone who lacks intelligence.
50)Off one's rocker:-
Crazy, demented, out of one's mind, in a confused or befuddled state of mind, senile.
51)On the ball:-
When someone understands the situation well.
52)Once in a blue moon:-
Meaning: Happens very rarely.
53)Picture paints a thousand words:-
A visual presentation is far more descriptive than words.
54)Piece of cake:-
A job, task or other activity that is easy or simple.
55)Put wool over other people's eyes:-
This means to deceive someone into thinking well of them.
56)See eye to eye:-
This idiom is used to say that two (or more people) agree on something.
57)Sit on the fence:-
This is used when someone does not want to choose or make a decision.
58)Speak of the devil!:-
This expression is used when the person you have just been talking about arrives.
59)Steal someone's thunder:-
To take the credit for something someone else did.
60)Take with a grain of salt:-
This means not to take what someone says too seriously.
61)Taste of your own medicine:-
Means that something happens to you, or is done to you, that you have done to someone else
62)To hear something straight from the horse's mouth:-
To hear something from the authoritative source.
63)Whole nine yards:-
Everything. All of it.
64)Wouldn't be caught dead:-
Would never like to do something
65)Your guess is as good as mine:-
To have no idea, do not know the answer to a question
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Here is a list of adjectives and their synonyms that are commonly used to describe people.
Beautiful: Attractive, Pretty, Lovely, Stunning
Fair: Just, Objective, Impartial, Unbiased
Funny: Humorous, Comical, Hilarious, Hysterical
Happy: Content, Joyful, Mirthful, Upbeat
Hardworking: Diligent, Determined, Industrious, Enterprising
Honest: Honorable, Fair, Sincere, Trustworthy
Intelligent: Smart, Bright, Brilliant, Sharp
Introverted: Shy, Bashful, Quiet, Withdrawn
Kind:Thoughtful, Considerate, Amiable, Gracious
Lazy: Idle, Lackadaisical, Lethargic, Indolent
Mean: Unfriendly, Unpleasant, Bad-tempered, Difficult
Outgoing: Friendly, Sociable, Warm, Extroverted
Rich: Affluent, Wealthy, Well-off, Well-to-do
Strong: Stable, Secure, Solid, Tough
Unhappy: Sad, Depressed, Melancholy, Miserable
Lucky: Auspicious, Fortunate
Positive: Optimistic, Cheerful, Starry-eyed, Sanguine
Bossy: Controlling, Tyrannical
Here are some miscellaneous words and their synonyms:
Baffle: confuse, deceive
Hypocrisy: duplicity, falseness
Pacify: appease, placate
Recalcitrant: obstinate, stubborn
Turbulent: disordered, violent
Valid: authorized, legitimate
Old: antiquated, ancient, obsolete, extinct, past, prehistoric, venerable, aged
True: genuine, reliable, factual, accurate, precise, correct, valid, real
Important: required, substantial, vital, essential, primary, significant, requisite, critical
Weak: frail, anemic, feeble, infirm, languid, sluggish, puny, fragile
These are just a few examples of synonyms.....
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