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List of human body parts idioms beginning with F and meanings

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There are 3 parts to each idioms the first part is what the idiom is, then an explanation of what it means and the last part is an example of how to use it in a sentence.

How do I use the list of human body parts idioms A to Z?

To use the list of idioms click on each letter of the alphabet to get the list of the human body parts idioms for that letter.

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Human body parts idioms beginning with F

fall into one's lap

- to come to you by chance and good luck and without any effort on your part (used for an opportunity or chance)

My new position in my company fell into my lap last summer.

feel (something) in one's bones

- to sense something, to have an intuition about something

I feel it in my bones that I am not going to get the job that I want.

(one's) flesh and blood

- a close relative (father,daughter,brother etc.), a living human body

The man's own flesh and blood refused to help him when he needed money.

flex one's muscles

- to do something that shows that you have power and intend to use it

The new president of our company was flexing his muscles when he threatened to close one of the factories.

force (something) down (someone`s) throat

- to force someone to do or agree to something that they do not want or like

The government tried to force the new law down the public's throat.

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