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Draw A Blank

Draw A Blank - unable to remember something; to fail at something

  • I always draw a blank, when the teacher asked me a question.
  • The doctor tried to help, but drew a blank".
  • The teacher drew a blank, when she tried to help me.
  • Did you draw a blank, when you father asked you a question?
  • I drew a blank, when I tried to remember his name.
  • My boss drew a blank, when I asked him about my money!

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