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Kick The Habit

Kick The Habit - to break a habit; to stop doing something that you did for a long time

  • I need to quit smoking. It is hard to kick the habit.
  • My sister needs to stop spending so much money. She needs to kick the habit.
  • When are you going to kick the habit of coming in late?
  • My father used to drink a lot but he kicked the habit.
  • Do you think you can kick the habit and stop gambling?
  • We need to kick the habit of going to sleep very late.

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Kill Time

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Kick The Habit

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Kill Two Birds With One Stone

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Look Alive

Let Your Hair Down

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Lighten Up

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Look Like A Million Dollars

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