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Let Off The Hook

Let Off The Hook - to be removed from a bad situation; to give a someone a break from a bad situation

  • My mom let me off the hook, for staying out late.
  • The teacher might let me off the hook, if I promise to do all my homework.
  • Do you think the judge will let me off the hook?
  • I am in trouble with my boss. My boss will not let me off the hook.
  • The police let me off the hook, if I agreed to tell the truth.
  • The train inspector was not going to let anyone off the hook.

Knockout

Keep Me In The Loop

Keep Posted

Knock

Keep An Eye On

Keep A Straight Face

Kill Time

Keep Cool - With Voice/Audio

Kick The Habit

Keep Your Word

Kicked The Bucket

Kill Two Birds With One Stone

Let Off The Hook

Learn The Ropes

Like A Hole In The Head

Loaded

Lose Your Shirt

Lose Out

Lose It

Lend An Ear

Look Alive

Let Your Hair Down

Let Off Steam

Lighten Up

Living Hand To Mouth

Let The Cat Of The Bag

Lose Your Temper

Look Like A Million Dollars

Look On The Bright Side

Love To Death

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