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Living Hand To Mouth


Living Hand To Mouth - barely having enough money for food to eat; someone who is very very poor

  • The man on the street is living and to mouth.
  • It is very hard to live hand to mouth.
  • There are many people in the world that live hand to mouth.
  • Homeless people live hand to mouth.
  • I always try to help people who are living hand to mouth.
  • There are children in my class who are living hand to mouth.
  • There are many old people who are living hand to mouth.
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    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

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    Let The Cat Of The Bag

    Lose Your Temper

    Look Like A Million Dollars

    Look On The Bright Side

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