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A list of phrases related to the word "belt"...


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  • Buckle down ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Buckle under
  • Buckle under the strain
  • Buckle up
  • Buckle your seat belts it's going to be a bumpy ride
  • Buffer zone
  • Cable ready
  • Citizen band radio
  • Click it or ticket ( United States seat belt law advertising slogan )
  • Clothes maketh the man
  • Clunk click every trip ( Road Safety Campaign advertising slogan )
  • Comfort zone
  • Do They Know It's Christmas? ( Band Aid song )
  • Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night ( All About Eve )
  • First strike
  • Friend zone
  • Garage band
  • Gastric band ( A device surgically inserted around the stomach intended to reduce appetite )
  • Go out on strike ( Withdraw one's labour and leave one's place of work )
  • Hit 'em where they live
  • Hit The Road Jack ( Ray Charles song )
  • Hit and miss
  • Hit and run
  • Hit by the stupid stick
  • Hit for six
  • Hit home
  • Hit it off
  • Hit it on the nose
  • Hit it out of the park ( A baseball expression denoting a complete or spectacular success )
  • Hit list
  • Hit man
  • Hit me on the hip
  • Hit on
  • Hit out at
  • Hit out of the park
  • Hit parade
  • Hit paydirt
  • Hit rock bottom
  • Hit send
  • Hit the back wall
  • Hit the bar
  • Hit the books
  • Hit the bottle
  • Hit the brakes
  • Hit the bricks ( a cursory slang term telling someone to leave )
  • Hit the buffers
  • Hit the ceiling
  • Hit the deck
  • Hit the ground running
  • Hit the hay
  • Hit the headlines
  • Hit the high notes
  • Hit the jackpot
  • Hit the nail on the head
  • Hit the panic button
  • Hit the road Jack
  • Hit the roof
  • Hit the sack
  • Hit the skids
  • Hit the slide
  • Hit the spot
  • Hit the woodwork
  • Hit town
  • In the zone
  • It was twenty years ago today Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Let's get out of these wet clothes and into a dry Martini
  • Looks like a bomb has hit it
  • Lucky Strike means finer tobacco ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Million Dollar Bash ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Neon Meate Dream of a Octafish ( Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band song )
  • No throat irritation - no cough ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • One two buckle my shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Pinch hit ( A baseball expression denoting a substitute or stand-in )
  • Pre-emptive strike
  • Primal fear ( Neurosis therapy and British rock band )
  • Reach for a Lucky instead of a Sweet ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ( Beatles album and song )
  • Smell the Glove ( fictional album by the spoof heavy-metal band Spinal Tap )
  • So round, so firm, so fully packed ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Strap on the feed bag
  • Strike Up The Band ( George Gershwin composition )
  • Strike a balance
  • Strike a chord with
  • Strike a deal ( or bargain )
  • Strike a light
  • Strike a pose
  • Strike beard
  • Strike it rich
  • Strike lucky
  • Strike me pink
  • Strike out swinging ( A baseball expression meaning to fail while giving it your best effort )
  • Strike up the band
  • Strike while the iron is hot
  • Switch hitter ( A baseball expression denoting a batter who can hit left or right handed )
  • The Adventure of the Speckled Band ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Bible Belt
  • The Boys in the Band ( play by Mart Crowley )
  • The Final Countdown ( song by the Swedish band Europe )
  • The Hit Dog ( Nickname of Mo Vaughn )
  • The Hit Man ( Nickname of Bob Sanders )
  • The Hit Man ( Nickname of Ricky Hatton )
  • The Hit Man ( Nickname of Thomas Hearns )
  • The Sash My Father Wore ( Irish traditional song )
  • The emperor's new clothes
  • The sash my father wore
  • There's never a rough puff in a lucky ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • They're toasted ( Lucky Strike Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Tighten your belt
  • Tiptoe through the tulips ( 1920s Broadway song and Tiny Tim hit )
  • To beat the band
  • Twilight zone
  • Under your belt
  • Underneath Your Clothes ( Shakira song )
  • War zone ( the area that a war has taken place )
  • We few, we happy few, we band of brothers ( from Henry V by Shakespeare )
  • You could learn a lot from a dummy, Buckle Up ( National Highway Traffic Safety Administration advertising slogan )
  • You have entered the twilight zone ( A catchphrase from The Twilight Zone )
  • Zone in on
  • Zone out

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