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Left Out In The Cold

Left Out In The Cold - to be ignored or left out from a conversation or event; uninvited

  • We were left out in the cold during planning the trip to Europe.
  • Our parents left us out in the cold, when they decided to buy a new house.
  • My father was left out in the cold when my sister had a baby. The family is very upset.
  • All my friends went on vacation, but I was left out in the cold.
  • My son left me out in the cold, when he and his wife got married.
  • I do not like to be left out in the cold when it comes to making financial decisions.
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    Limited Budget

    Live And Let Live

    Look High And Low

    Long Face

    Lucky Streak

    Lose Track Of Time

    Low-life

    Lucky Break

    Lose Your Marbles

    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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