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Hands Full

Hands Full - to be overwhelmed; to be very very busy

  • I have my hands full this week, but maybe next week I will have time to help you.
  • My boss has his hands full. He has a lot of work that he needs to get done.
  • My mother has her hands full. I have no idea how she does it.
  • My teacher has her hands full teaching 50 children everyday.
  • Do you have your hands full, or do you have some time?
  • I am very busy on the weekends. I have my hands full. I do not have any extra time.

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Helping Hand

Have A Lead Foot

Hunker Down

Have A Fit

Have A Lead Foot

Heads Will Roll

Hush Up

Hang On

Hit The Ceiling

Have A Full Plate

High Spirits

Hit Hard

Hard As Nails

Hot Under The Collar

Hands Are Tied

Have A Cow

Horse Around

Have A Ball

Have A Blast

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Hard Head

Hand In Hand

Have Not Seen In Ages

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Heart Sank

Head Over Heels

Hit The Road

Hit The Roof

Hush Money

Holy Cow

Hang In There

Hit The Books

Hit The Hay

Hot Head

Hold Your Horses

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