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Underdog

Underdog - to have a disadvantage; to have no control

  • Which football team is the underdog?
  • I am really the underdog at work. I am working there only a few days.
  • My sister and I feel like the underdog in England, because we do not speak English well.
  • We are the underdogs, because we live in the poor part of town.
  • My sister is a female firefighter, and she feels like the underdog.
  • We need to get a good education, so we will not be the underdog.

Ups And Downs

Underdog

Upper Hand

Under Construction

Up My Sleeve

Under Age

Up In Arms

Under The Weather

Up A Creek

Use Your Loaf

Up In The Air

Wear Out

Wash My Hands Of It

Weather The Strom

Wing It

Walk Off

Wind Me Up

Without Fail

Work For Peanuts

Would Not Be Caught Dead

When It Rains It Pours

Wiped Out

Watch Your Back

Wear The Pants

Watch Your Step

White Lie

Wrap My Head Around It

Walk On Air

Walk On Eggshells

Wasted

Way To Go

Window Shopping

The Way Back

What The Hell

Worn Out

What's Up

When Pigs Fly

Windfall

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Year In, Year Out

You Are Toast

You Can Say That Again

Your Guess Is As Good As Mind

You Rock


Zero In

Zonk Out

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