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Ring A Bell

Ring A Bell - something that sounds familiar; reminds you of something

  • Does the name Susan ring a bell for you?
  • Did speaking to my sister ring a bell?
  • That picture rings a bell for me.
  • The name Mary rings a bell. I think I used to work with her.
  • This book rings a bell. I think I read the book before.
  • This does not ring a bell to me.

Riled Up

Read The Fine Print

Ripe Old Age

Ready To Drop

Ruffle Feathers

Rock The Boat

Rack Something Up

Road Rage

Raw Deal

Rock-Solid

Rule Of Thumb

R And R

to Railroad someone

Rain Check

Raining Cats & Dogs

Run Like The Wind

Ring A Bell

Rip Off

Rise & Shine

Rough Time

Run Out Of Steam

Run Out Of Time

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