Category: Idioms

Idioms

Makes my blood boil (idiom)

'makes my blood boil' To make someone very angry. Sentence examples... When I see someone being cruel to animals, it makes my blood boil. It makes my blood boil to think about the pickpocket who stole my phone. Useage You can use the phrase ‘makes my blood boil’ when describing your feeling when something enrages you. Origin: informal This phrase dates back to the 1600s. More sentence...

Idioms

Over the moon (idiom)

'over the moon' Extremely pleased and  happy about something. Sentence examples... My friends over the moon that he passed his driving test. I am over the moon because I just landed my dream job. Useage You can use the phrase ‘Over the Moon’ when describing your feeling when something great  happens to you. Origin informal This phrase comes from quite an...