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  • Balanced approach
  • Beware the Ides of March ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Boarding pass
  • Bold move
  • Bright and early
  • Built for the road ahead ( Ford Cars advertising slogan )
  • Bust a move ( dance in a stylish way )
  • Can't win for losing
  • Career limiting move
  • Carry forward
  • Catches win matches
  • Change has come to America
  • Cheaters never win, and winners never cheat ( proverbial saying )
  • Climb onto the bandwagon ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Climb the corporate ladder
  • Climb the greasy pole
  • Climb the walls
  • Come Alive! You're in the Pepsi Generation ( Pepsi advertising slogan )
  • Come And Get It ( Badfinger song )
  • Come Away with Me ( Norah Jones album )
  • Come Fly With Me ( Frank Sinatra song )
  • Come Into The Garden Maud ( Tennyson poem and Victorian song )
  • Come On Baby Light My Fire ( The Doors song )
  • Come On Over ( Shania Twain album )
  • Come On Over ( Shania Twain song )
  • Come Running ( Van Morrison song )
  • Come Together ( The Beatles song )
  • Come a cropper ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Come about
  • Come across
  • Come again?
  • Come and get it
  • Come and talk to the listening bank ( Midland Bank advertising slogan )
  • Come apart at the seams
  • Come back for more
  • Come between
  • Come clean ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Come down hard on
  • Come down on someone like a ton of bricks
  • Come down to earth with a bump
  • Come down to the line
  • Come easy to
  • Come from behind
  • Come full circle
  • Come good
  • Come hell or high water
  • Come hither eyes
  • Come home to Birds Eye Country ( Birds Eye Frozen Foods advertising slogan )
  • Come home to a real fire ( Coal Board advertising slogan )
  • Come home to roost ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Come in from the cold
  • Come into bloom
  • Come into line
  • Come into view
  • Come into your own
  • Come of age
  • Come off it
  • Come on down ( A catchphrase from The Price Is Right ) ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Come on in, the water's fine
  • Come on like gangbusters
  • Come on over
  • Come on stream
  • Come on women, man the factories ( WWII slogan )
  • Come out
  • Come out and play
  • Come out fighting
  • Come out in a cold sweat
  • Come out in the wash
  • Come out of the closet
  • Come out of the woodwork
  • Come out of your shell
  • Come out on top
  • Come out swinging
  • Come out with your hands up
  • Come out you're surrounded
  • Come over all funny
  • Come rain or shine
  • Come round
  • Come running
  • Come the three corners of the world in arms
  • Come to
  • Come to Jesus
  • Come to Marlboro Country ( Marlboro Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Come to a head
  • Come to a screeching halt
  • Come to a sticky end
  • Come to blows
  • Come to fruition
  • Come to grief
  • Come to light
  • Come to mama
  • Come to nothing
  • Come to papa
  • Come to rest
  • Come to the Central Park Zoo Cafeteria. Let the animals watch you eat for a change ( Central Park Zoo advertising slogan )
  • Come to the aid of the party
  • Come to the edge
  • Come to the party
  • Come to think of it
  • Come to where the flavor is ( Marlboro Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Come to your senses
  • Come together right now over me ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Come unstuck
  • Come up and see me sometime ( A catchphrase from Mae West )
  • Come up short
  • Come up smelling of roses
  • Come up trumps ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Come up with
  • Come up with the goods
  • Come what come may ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Come wind come weather
  • Come with a begging bowl
  • Come with me to the casbah ( A catchphrase from Charles Boyer )
  • Come within an ace
  • Companion plant ( a plant grown near to another species to enhance its growth )
  • Court of last resort ( a legal court from which no further appeals may be made )
  • Curve ball ( a difficult proposition - deriving from baseball terminology )
  • Daylight saving time ( the adjustment of clocks to provide longer evening daylight )
  • Did the earth move for you
  • Do not pass Go
  • Do you come here often?
  • Don't come the raw prawn
  • Don't cross the bridge till you come to it
  • Don't just travel. Travel right ( Expedia advertising slogan )
  • Don't pass gas ( American Legacy Foundation advertising slogan )
  • Dream come true
  • Drum up support
  • Due a win
  • Early adopter
  • Early bath
  • Early bird
  • Early black
  • Early days
  • Early doors
  • Early riser
  • Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise
  • Easy come easy go
  • Ego boost
  • Faith will move mountains
  • Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin
  • Fast forward
  • First come first served
  • Forge ahead
  • Forward Short Leg ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Forward momentum
  • Forward with Britain ( Daily Mirror advertising slogan )
  • Forward with the People ( Daily Mirror advertising slogan )
  • Front money
  • Full steam ahead
  • Gain ground
  • Get a move on
  • Get on with it
  • Give someone a boost
  • Go ahead, make my day ( A catchphrase from Sudden Impact )
  • Go directly to jail, do not pass go
  • God willing and the creek don't rise
  • Going forward
  • Good things come in small packages
  • Good things come in small parcels
  • Good things come in threes
  • Good things come to those who wait ( Guinness advertising slogan )
  • Growth spurt
  • Hard to come by
  • Have gun, will travel ( A catchphrase from TV series )
  • Head them off at the pass
  • Heads I win, tails you lose
  • Heavenly host ( The angels that support God )
  • Here I come to save the day ( A catchphrase from Mighty Mouse )
  • Home improvement
  • How To Win Friends And Influence People ( Dale Carnegie book )
  • How come?
  • I Like To Move It ( Reel 2 Reel song )
  • I've come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass... and I'm all out of bubblegum
  • Idea whose time has come
  • If you build it they will come
  • If you want to get ahead, get a hat ( Hat Council advertising slogan )
  • Improve beyond recognition
  • It came to pass
  • It's better to travel hopefully than to arrive
  • It's come to a pretty pass
  • It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game
  • It's the early bird that gets the worm
  • Johnny come lately
  • Just slightly ahead of our time ( Panasonic advertising slogan )
  • Khyber pass ( Cockney rhyming slang for arse )
  • Kick the can further down the road
  • Leagues ahead
  • Left right, left right, march
  • Liar's loan
  • Life support
  • Little Boy Blue come blow your horn ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Loan shark
  • Look no further
  • Looking forward to
  • Lost Another loan to Ditech! ( Ditech advertising slogan )
  • Make a move on
  • Make a pass at
  • Make giant strides
  • Make one's hackles rise
  • Make your move
  • March Of The Penguins ( Morgan Freeman movie )
  • March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb
  • March from Bridge on the River Kwai ( Mitch Miller song )
  • March of time
  • March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers
  • Mount Etna ( tourist attraction in Italy )
  • Mount Fuji ( tourist attraction in Japan )
  • Mount Rushmore ( tourist attraction in the USA )
  • Move It On Over ( Hank Williams song )
  • Move On Up a Little Higher ( Mahalia Jackson song )
  • Move heaven and earth
  • Move in the best circles
  • Move over
  • Move right along
  • Move with the times
  • Moving forward ( Toyota advertising slogan )
  • Mr. March ( Nickname of Alex Rodriguez )
  • Must win game
  • My Boomerang Won't Come Back ( Charlie Drake song )
  • My ship has come in
  • Neck beard ( hair growth on the neck )
  • No win, no fee
  • Not backward in coming forward
  • Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party
  • On the move
  • One jump ahead of
  • One step ahead
  • One step forward, two steps back
  • Pass by
  • Pass down
  • Pass it on
  • Pass muster
  • Pass my lips
  • Pass off
  • Pass on
  • Pass out
  • Pass over to the other side
  • Pass sentence
  • Pass the Dutchie ( Musical Youth song )
  • Pass the baton
  • Pass the buck
  • Pass the hat
  • Pass the parcel
  • Pass the time of day
  • Pass up
  • Pass with flying colours
  • Plan ahead
  • Play to win
  • Post early for Christmas ( Post Office advertising slogan )
  • Praise the lord and pass the ammunition
  • Press pass ( a priority ticket giving access to events to the media )
  • Progress is our most important product ( General Electric advertising slogan )
  • Pump your money back into Canada ( Petro Canada, early advertising slogan )
  • Put the make on
  • Put your best foot forward
  • Quit while you're ahead
  • Rain, rain go away, come again another day ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Raise a loan
  • Restricted growth
  • Rise and shine
  • Rise from the ashes
  • Rise like a Phoenix from the ashes
  • Rise through the ranks
  • Rise to the bait
  • Rise to the challenge
  • Rise to the occasion
  • Rise without trace
  • Rock And Roll Dreams Come True ( Meatloaf song )
  • Room for improvement
  • Say the magic word and win $100 dollars ( A catchphrase from Groucho Marx In You Bet Your Life )
  • Ships that pass in the night
  • Simply years ahead ( Philips advertising slogan )
  • Skim milk does not come from skinny cows ( Alba Dry Milk advertising slogan )
  • Smooth move
  • Sneak preview
  • Some day my prince will come
  • Some day my prints will come
  • Some you win: some you lose
  • Sparrow fart ( jokey term for the early morning )
  • Spring forward, Fall back
  • Stay ahead of the curve
  • Steal a march
  • Streets ahead of
  • Stupid-o'-clock ( US army slang term that refers to any time very early in the morning )
  • Sub-prime mortgage
  • Suck it up ( accept a bad situation and move on )
  • Summer time ( the time adopted during the summer in advance of the standard time )
  • Support network
  • Take a Thomas Cook at our prices! ( Thomas Cook Travel advertising slogan )
  • Taste Me! Taste Me! Come on and Taste Me! ( Doral Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Temple Mount ( tourist attraction in Israel )
  • Thank you, come again ( A catchphrase from Apu In The Simpsons )
  • The Delia Effect ( increase in sales of food ingredients featured on Delia Smith's cookery shows )
  • The Mad March Hare
  • The Mount of Olives ( tourist attraction in Israel )
  • The Pilgrim's Progress ( John Bunyan book )
  • The best is yet to come
  • The chickens have come home to roost ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • The court will rise
  • The early bird catches the worm
  • The rise and fall of the Roman Empire
  • The shape of things to come
  • The time has come the walrus said to talk of many things
  • The time has come, the Walrus said, to talk of many things, Carroll )
  • The wheel has come full circle
  • The wheels have come off
  • They never come back
  • They shall not pass
  • Things to come
  • This too shall pass
  • Those who sleep with dogs will rise with fleas
  • Till the cows come home
  • Time travel
  • To kingdom come
  • To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive
  • Travel broadens the mind
  • Travel light
  • Travel plans
  • Travel well ( Lincoln advertising slogan )
  • Two steps forward and one step back
  • Wax and wane
  • Wax lyrical
  • Wax wroth
  • We really move our tail for you ( Continental Airlines advertising slogan )
  • We will cross that bridge when we come to it
  • What a revoltin' development this is ( The Life Of Riley )
  • What goes up must come down
  • What has come over you?
  • When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions
  • When the bough breaks the cradle will fall, and down will come baby, cradle and all ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • When you come to think of it
  • Where you at? ( Boost Mobile advertising slogan )
  • Who are you? ( Nintendo Game Boy Advance advertising slogan )
  • Whole ball of wax
  • Why don't you come up sometime and see me? ( She Done Him Wrong )
  • Win big
  • Win by a head
  • Win by a mile
  • Win by a neck
  • Win by a nose
  • Win faster ( One Brand Group advertising slogan )
  • Win friends and influence people
  • Win lose or draw
  • Win on points
  • Win over
  • Win some, lose some
  • Win the day
  • Win the wooden spoon
  • Win win situation
  • Win your spurs
  • Without further ado
  • You are now free to move about the country ( Southwest Airlines advertising slogan )
  • You can't win them all
  • You have to be in it to win it
  • You win some: you lose some
  • You'd be so nice to come home to
  • You've come a long way, baby ( Virginia Slims Cigarettes advertising slogan )

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