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Head Over Heels

Head Over Heels - to be in love with someone, something or an activity

  • Jimmy is head over heels with his new dance class.
  • My sister is head over heels with her boyfriend.
  • My dog is head over heels with his bone.
  • I am head over heels over my new house.
  • We are head over heels about getting married.
  • My boss is head over heels with our work. I am very happy.


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Hot Head

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