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Down On Your Luck

Down On Your Luck - someone who is having financial problems; someone who is having money problems

  • My sister is down on her luck, since she lost her job.
  • There are many people down on their luck because of Covid-19.
  • My parents are down on their luck. It is very hard on them.
  • There are many factory workers down on their luck, because the factory closed.
  • My husband is down on his luck. He lost his business.
  • There are many people in my country who are down on their luck. It is very hard to see so many people having financial troubles.

Down On Your Luck

Down To Earth

Drive Me Nuts

Dead Silence

Dead On My Feet

Drag Your Feet

Drop A Line

Dog Tired

Do A Number On

Dead End Job

Dressed To Kill

Dead Right

Dead Serious

Do Justice

Dead Wrong

Diamond In The Rough

Down The Road

Double Cross

Dead To The World

Down In The Dumps

Deep Pockets

Down To The Wire

Dead Tired

Draw A Blank

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Dead Wood

Dirt Cheap

Do Time

Doggie Bag

Do Not Bug Me

Do Not Judge A Book By It's Cover

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Drag Me Down

Drive Crazy

Drive Someone Up a Wall

Drop The Ball

Drown Out

Dry Run

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