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Start Fresh

Start Fresh - to start over; to start something over again

  • I lost my job. I need to start fresh.
  • We lost everything in the fire. We start fresh.
  • I want to move to the city and I will start fresh.
  • I ruined the cake. I need to start fresh, and make a new cake.
  • My brother just got out of the hospital. He was in a very bad car accident. He has to start fresh.
  • I am to old to start fresh. I have to manage with what I have.

Sore Loser

Same Here

Spring Chicken

Sinking Fast

Sell Like Hotcakes

Seed Money

Second To None

Start Fresh

Step By Step

Smell A Rat

Sick And Tired

Sleep Like A Rock

Sleep Like A Log

Sweet

Shoot The Breeze

Short Fuse

Step Up

Sit Tight

Scream Bloody Murder

Screwed

See Eye To Eye

See You Around

See You Later

Shake A Leg

Short On Cash

Sick As A Dog

Sink Or Swim

Slap On The Wrist

Slipped My Mind

Smart Cookie

Smoke Like A Chimney

So Far, So Good

Speak Your Mind

Spill The Beans

Spitting Image

Spread Like Wildfire

Stick To The Program

Stubborn As A Mule

Stuck Up

Stick With

Sweet Tooth

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