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Run Hot And Cold

Run Hot And Cold - to alternate between two opposite extremes, such as enthusiasm and disinterest or success and failure

  • The doctor runs hot and cold. She can be very nice and very nasty.
  • My boss runs hot and cold. He sometimes works very hard, and sometimes he is very lazy.
  • My sister can run hot and cold. My sister can be the nicest person, or she can be the rudest person.
  • The stock market has been running hot and cold. It can go up on some days, and drop some days.
  • My car runs hot and cold. There are days the car runs excellent and other days the car does not work very well.

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Royal Treatment

Ramble On

Rub The Wrong Way

Run Of The Mill

Red In The Face

Run Hot And Cold

Ring Me

Rough Patch

Riled Up

Read The Fine Print

Ripe Old Age

Ready To Drop

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Rack Something Up

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Raw Deal

Rock-Solid

Rule Of Thumb

R And R

to Railroad someone

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Raining Cats & Dogs

Run Like The Wind

Ring A Bell

Rip Off

Rise & Shine

Rough Time

Run Out Of Steam

Run Out Of Time

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