List of idioms beginning with I English lesson
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List of Idioms beginning with I
In dribs and drabs- in small amounts at a time
In black and white- to give in writing
In the blues- low spirited
In cahoots with- in a partnership usually for a dishonest reason
If the shoe fits, wear it- This is used to suggest that something that has been said might apply to a person
In droves- When things happen in droves, a lot happen at the same time or very quickly
In the doghouse- If someone is in the doghouse, they are in disgrace and very unpopular at the moment.
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