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Bad Apple

Bad Apple - a person that causes trouble; someone that creates many problems for others

  • The teacher told the bad apples to leave the class.
  • Do you think there are bad apples in the government.
  • My big brother is a bad apple. He is always in jail.
  • There are so many bad apples in jail.
  • We have a few bad apples at work. I stay away from the bad apples.
  • The people that live next door are bad apples. I want to move.

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Board To Death

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Blow Up (Someone) Phone

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By The Skin Of Your Teeth

Back To Square One

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Busy As A Bee

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