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Fly The Nest


Fly The Nest - when a young person leaves home and lives outside the family home

  • My youngest son is going to fly the nest next year.
  • My daughter is not ready to fly the nest. I think in a few years she will be ready.
  • All my children still live with me, because of the high cost of living. None of my children flew the nest.
  • In many countries children fly the nest, before they get married.
  • My parents do not want me to fly the nest. They are very traditional.
  • My son flew the nest, but daughter is still at home.

Fake News

Fly The Nest

Fan The Flames

Fizz Out

For Kicks

Fold Up

For Good

Freeloader

Fruit Cake

Fall On Deaf Ears

Full Of Hot Air

Flip out

Fed Up

Feel Out

Fill In The Blank

Fight Tooth & Nail

Fingers Crossed

From Cradle To Grave

Flip-flop

Freak Out

Fall For Someone

For All I Care

Fifty-fifty

Fat Cat

Fly High

For The Birds

Far Cry From

Foam At The Mouth

Feel At Home

Feed Up

Fair And Square

Flat Broke

Fender Bender

Fixed In Your Way

Find Out

Fine Tooth Comb

Finger Lickin Good

Fishy

Foot The Bill

Fly Off The Handle

Flunk Out

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