phrase thesaurus

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


Click on a highlighted word to search for phrases about that word.

  • ...Baby One More Time ( Britney Spears album and song )
  • 100% squeezed sunshine ( Tropicana advertising slogan )
  • 100% versus 6% That's the Total difference ( Total Toothpaste advertising slogan )
  • 1001 Cleans a Big, Big Carpet for Less than Half a Crown ( 1001 advertising slogan )
  • 101 Dalmatians ( Disney cartoon and Glenn Close movie )
  • 11:30, Diet Coke break ( Coca Cola advertising slogan )
  • 3 6 3 Rule
  • 30 days hath September, April, June and November
  • 50 Words for Snow ( Kate Bush song )
  • 99.44% pure ( Ivory Soap advertising slogan )
  • A Bicycle Built For Two ( Victorian popular song )
  • A Double Diamond works wonders ( Double Diamond advertising slogan )
  • A Tale Of Two Cities ( Charles Dickens book )
  • A Thousand Splendid Suns ( Khaled Hosseine book )
  • A World first
  • A bad quarter of an hour
  • A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • A buck fifty
  • A coward dies a hundred deaths
  • A diller, a dollar, a ten o'clock scholar
  • A double date
  • A glass and a half in every half pound ( Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate advertising slogan )
  • A great one for
  • A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
  • A picture paints a thousand words ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • A stitch in time saves nine ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • A symbol of freedom ( Southwest Airlines advertising slogan )
  • A two pipe problem
  • A volunteer is worth twenty pressed men
  • Absolute zero
  • Add fuel to the flames
  • Add insult to injury
  • Agent Zero ( Nickname of basketball player Gilbert Arenas )
  • Ain't half bad
  • Ain't my first rodeo ( said by someone who has experience of a situation )
  • All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth ( Spike Jones song )
  • All children, except one, grow up ( the opening line of Peter Pan )
  • All for one and one for all
  • All one to me
  • All the taste, 1/3 of the calories ( Pepsi Max advertising slogan )
  • All you add is love ( Ralston Purina Pet Food advertising slogan )
  • All your base are belong to us ( broken English phrase used in the video game Zero Wing )
  • America's most gifted whiskey ( Four Roses Whiskey advertising slogan )
  • An army of one ( United States Army advertising slogan )
  • And baby makes three
  • And it's goodnight from, me, and it's goodnight from him ( A catchphrase from The Two Ronnies )
  • And the next object is ( A catchphrase from Twenty Questions )
  • And then there was one
  • Anne of The Thousand Days ( Nickname of Anne Boleyn )
  • Another One Bites The Dust ( Queen song )
  • Apollo 13 ( Tom Hanks movie )
  • Appalachian Spring ( Aaron Copland musical score )
  • Aren't you glad you use Dial? Don't you wish everybody did? ( Dial Soap advertising slogan )
  • Around The World In Eighty Days ( Jules Verne book )
  • Art is going one step too far
  • As alike as two peas in a pod ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • As busy as a one armed paper hanger
  • As busy as a one legged arse kicker
  • As cross as two sticks
  • As happy as a dog with two tails
  • As one door closes, another one opens
  • As queer as a nine bob note ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • As thick as two short planks
  • Ask the Man who Owns One ( Packard advertising slogan )
  • At first blush
  • At first hand
  • At one another's throats
  • At one fell swoop ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • At sixes and sevens ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • At sixty miles an hour the loudest noise in the new Rolls-Royce comes from the electric clock ( Rolls Royce advertising slogan )
  • At the double
  • At the eleventh hour
  • Atone for one's sins
  • Avert one's eyes
  • Avert one's gaze
  • Baby I Need Your Loving ( Four Tops song )
  • Back number
  • Back to square one ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Baker's dozen ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Ballpark figure
  • Bare one's teeth
  • Be the first to know ( CNN advertising slogan )
  • Beer and sandwiches at Number 10
  • Behind the eight ball ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bent double
  • Bet you can't eat three ( Shredded Wheat advertising slogan )
  • Betcha can't eat just one ( Lay's potato chips advertising slogan )
  • Better half ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Between two stools ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Big Six ( Nickname of baseball player Christy Mathewson )
  • Big data
  • Billion Dollar Man ( Nickname of American politician Henry Nowak )
  • Bite the big one
  • Bits per second
  • Born On The Fourth Of July ( Tom Cruise movie )
  • Breathe one's last
  • Brighton line ( Bingo call for number fifty nine )
  • Brook no quarter
  • Buy one, get one free
  • By the numbers
  • Calendar year ( twelve months beginning from the first of January )
  • Cast the first stone ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cast to the four winds
  • Cat has nine lives
  • Catch 22 ( Joseph Heller book ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Caught in two minds
  • Cheap at half the price ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cheaper By The Dozen ( Steve Martin movie )
  • Children, one is one, two is fun, three is a house full
  • Chopsticks are one of the reasons the Chinese never invented custard ( Spike Milligan line )
  • Clickety click ( Bingo call for number sixty six )
  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind ( Richard Dreyfuss movie )
  • Cogito ergo sum ( Rene Descartes quotation ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Colour one's view
  • Come the three corners of the world in arms
  • Complex number ( a number containing real and imaginary parts )
  • Cool million
  • Cop one
  • Count me in
  • Count me out
  • Count noses
  • Count the calories
  • Count the cost
  • Count the pennies
  • Count to ten
  • Count your blessings
  • Cushy number
  • Daily dozen
  • Dance With The One That Brought You ( Shania Twain song )
  • Data archaeology
  • Data cap
  • Data dictionary
  • Data integrity
  • Data mining
  • Data warehousing
  • Day one
  • Death by a thousand cuts
  • Deep sea data diving
  • Deep six
  • Desmond Tutu ( Cockney rhyming slang for Second class degree ( 2,2 ) )
  • Dial down ( adjust a device to reduce sound or temperature )
  • Digital divide
  • Dime a dozen
  • Divide and conquer
  • Do a number on
  • Doctor's Orders ( Bingo call for number nine )
  • Doff one's cap ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't count your chickens before they are hatched ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Don't give two hoots
  • Don't put all your eggs in one basket
  • Don't touch that dial
  • Don't trust anyone over thirty
  • Double Dutch
  • Double Indemnity ( Billy Wilder movie )
  • Double O Seven
  • Double act
  • Double back
  • Double blind test
  • Double check
  • Double click
  • Double coverage
  • Double cross
  • Double denim ( denim jeans worn with a denim shirt or jacket )
  • Double digits
  • Double dip
  • Double dip recession
  • Double dipping ( Taking a second dip into food using an item that one has already put into ones mouth )
  • Double down
  • Double duty
  • Double edged sword
  • Double entendre
  • Double entry book-keeping
  • Double exposure
  • Double header ( A baseball expression denoting two events held on the same day with the same participants )
  • Double or nothing
  • Double or quits
  • Double quick
  • Double standard
  • Double take
  • Double time
  • Double trouble
  • Double up
  • Double whammy
  • Double your pleasure, double your fun ( Wrigley's Doublemint Chewing Gum advertising slogan )
  • Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn and cauldron bubble
  • Double-dip recession ( A financial recession with two low points )
  • Down for the count
  • Down it in one
  • Down to the last out ( A baseball expression meaning to have one last chance )
  • Down to the pub for a quick one
  • Droopy drawers ( Bingo call for number forty four )
  • Eating for two
  • Eight Days A Week ( Beatles song )
  • Eight maids a-milking ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Eight out of ten cats prefer it ( Whiskas Cat Food advertising slogan )
  • Eight ways to Sunday
  • Eighty six
  • Eleven pipers piping ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Eleven secret herbs and spices ( claim made for the recipe of Kentucky Fried Chicken )
  • Employee Number 8 ( Nickname of Antoine Walker )
  • Every one a winner
  • Every stick has two ends
  • Exercise one's discretion
  • Exert one's authority
  • Famous for fifteen minutes
  • Feed one's mind
  • Fifteen men on a dead man's chest
  • Fifteen minutes of fame
  • Fifth column
  • Fifth wheel
  • Fifty Shades of Grey ( E L James book )
  • Figure it out
  • Figure painting ( a form of painting in which the human body is the subject )
  • Film at eleven
  • Fine figure of a man
  • Fine figure of a woman
  • First Among Equals ( Jeffrey Archer book )
  • First Slip ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • First World ( the indutrialised affluent and wealthy nations )
  • First World problem ( a relatively trivial problem only affecting the affluent )
  • First among equals ( the most senior person in a group of equal rank )
  • First amongst equals
  • First and foremost
  • First blood
  • First came to fame
  • First catch your hare
  • First come first served
  • First comes love, then comes marriage
  • First contact
  • First cut
  • First flush
  • First footing ( making a round of visits at New Year )
  • First impressions last
  • First light
  • First past the post
  • First rate
  • First relationships last ( First National Bank of Chicago advertising slogan )
  • First responder ( the member of the emergency services to arrive at a disaster )
  • First strike
  • First thing
  • First things first
  • First time caller
  • First to market
  • First up
  • First with the Hits ( Mercury Records advertising slogan )
  • First, do no harm
  • Fish and guests smell after three days
  • Five by five
  • Five figures
  • Five fingered discount
  • Five for silver ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Five golden rings ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Five o-clock shadow
  • Five, six, pick up sticks ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Flash 80 ( Nickname of Jerry Rice )
  • For No One ( Beatles song )
  • Forty shades of green
  • Forty winks
  • Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Four by two
  • Four calling birds ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Four eyes
  • Four figures
  • Four for a boy ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Four letter word
  • Four more years ( Presidential election slogan )
  • Four score and seven years ago
  • Fourpenny one
  • Fourth Quarter Vince ( Nickname of American football player Vince Young )
  • Fourth estate
  • From day one
  • From the four corners of the earth
  • Front nine ( The first nine holes in a game of golf )
  • Full fathom five
  • Full fathom five thy father lies ( from The Tempest by Shakespeare )
  • Game of two halves
  • Genius is one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration ( Thomas Edison quotation )
  • Gentlemen we can rebuild him. We have the technology. ( A catchphrase from Six Million Dollar Man )
  • Get to first base
  • Get to first base with
  • Get to second base
  • Get your retaliation in first
  • Getting there is half the fun ( Cunard Line advertising slogan )
  • Gimme, five
  • Give no quarter
  • Give one's eye teeth for
  • Give one's right arm for
  • Glad All Over ( Dave Clark Five song )
  • Go down for the third time
  • Go figure
  • Go off at half cock
  • Go off on one
  • Go one better
  • Golden Sombrero ( A baseball expression denoting a player who strikes out four times in a game )
  • Goody two shoes
  • Got it in one
  • Got your number
  • Gottaloveit ( Seven Network Australia advertising slogan )
  • Grant no quarter
  • Ground zero
  • Half A Sixpence ( Tommy Steele song )
  • Half Man Half Amazing ( Nickname of basketball player Vince Carter )
  • Half a bubble off plumb
  • Half a chance
  • Half a jiffy
  • Half a loaf is better than no bread
  • Half a mo
  • Half a pound of tuppenny rice, half a pound of treacle ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Half a second
  • Half alive
  • Half an eye
  • Half asleep
  • Half assed
  • Half awake
  • Half baked
  • Half cut
  • Half hearted
  • Half in the bag
  • Half inch ( Cockney rhyming slang for pinch )
  • Half life
  • Half light
  • Half measure
  • Half measures
  • Half pint
  • Half price
  • Half the battle
  • Half the fun is getting there ( Olympic Airways advertising slogan )
  • Hancock's Half Hour ( BBC comedy radio and television series )
  • Handbags at ten paces
  • Hang ten
  • Hanged, drawn and quartered
  • Hasn't got two cents to rub together
  • Hate figure
  • Have a second string to your bow have
  • Have half a mind to
  • Have one on me
  • He's one sick puppy
  • Head count
  • Head first
  • Hell's half acre
  • Hello, one two three testing
  • Here's one I prepared earlier ( A catchphrase from Blue Peter )
  • Here's one in your eye
  • Hero to zero
  • High five
  • Hit for six
  • Hole in one
  • How are the other half lives
  • How do I love thee? Let me count the ways ( from a poem by Browning )
  • How does it feel to be one of the beautiful people? ( Beatles song lyric )
  • I Like To Move It ( Reel 2 Reel song )
  • I Second That Emotion ( Smokey Robinson song )
  • I Want You Back ( The Jackson 5 song )
  • I don't believe it ( A catchphrase from Victor Meldrew, One Foot In The Grave )
  • I have not slept one wink
  • I see dead people ( The Sixth Sense )
  • I took my harp to the party but no one asked me to play
  • I want that one ( A catchphrase from Little Britain )
  • I was a seven stone weakling ( Charles Atlas advertising slogan )
  • I'll Be There ( The Jackson 5 song )
  • I'm not half the man I used to be ( The Beatles song lyric )
  • I'm only here for the beer ( Double Diamond advertising slogan )
  • I'm smarter than the average bear! ( A catchphrase from The Yogi Bear Show )
  • I've got your number
  • If I've only one life, let me live it as a blonde! ( Clairol Hair Colouring advertising slogan )
  • If I've told you once, I've told you a thousand times
  • If at first you don't succeed try, try and try again
  • If you ain't first, you're last
  • If you can't explain it to a six year old, you don't understand it yourself ( Albert Einstein quotation )
  • If you can't ride two horses at once, you shouldn't be in the circus
  • If you change your mind, I'm the first in line ( ABBA lyric )
  • In one ear and out the other
  • In one piece
  • In seventh heaven
  • In the kingdom of the blind the one eyed man is king
  • In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on ( Robert Frost quotation )
  • In two minds
  • In two shakes
  • In two shakes of a lamb's tail
  • In words of one syllable
  • Into the valley of death rode the six hundred
  • It Ain't Half Hot Mum ( BBC comedy television series )
  • It Happened One Night ( Clark Gable movie )
  • It could be you ( UK National Lottery advertising slogan )
  • It takes 40 dumb animals to make a fur coat, but only one to wear it
  • It takes one to know one
  • It takes two hands to hold a Whopper ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • It takes two to tango
  • It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen ( the opening line of Nineteen Eighty-Four )
  • It was just one of those things
  • It was the best of times: it was the worst of times ( the opening line of A Tale Of Two Cities )
  • It was twenty years ago today Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play ( Beatles song lyric )
  • It's an ill wind that blows no one any good ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Joe Six Pack
  • Joy to the World ( Three Dog Night song )
  • Just 15 minutes can save you 15 percent or more on car insurance ( GEICO advertising slogan )
  • Just add water
  • Just one more thing ( A catchphrase from Columbo )
  • Just one of those days
  • Keep count
  • Keep score
  • Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars ( A catchphrase from Casey Kasem In America's Top 40 )
  • Key of the door ( Bingo call for number twenty one )
  • Kick the numbers
  • Kill two birds with one stone
  • Knit one purl one
  • Knock Three Times ( Tony Orlando and Dawn song )
  • Knock for six
  • Know how many beans make five
  • Know the score
  • La Belle Epoque ( the golden age or beautiful era preceding the First World War )
  • Ladies first
  • Last in first out
  • Last one there is a rotten egg
  • Launch one's lunch
  • Leadoff hitter ( A baseball expression denoting the player who bats first )
  • Legs eleven ( Bingo call for number eleven )
  • Lend one's name
  • Let me count the ways
  • Let me make one thing perfectly clear
  • Let one go
  • Let one thousand flowers bloom
  • Life begins at forty
  • Life is just one damned thing after another
  • Like a dog with two dicks
  • Like a dog with two tails
  • Little black number
  • Look after number one
  • Look out for number one
  • Lose count
  • Love Potion Number Nine ( Leiber and Stoller song )
  • Love at first sight
  • Lucky number seven
  • Make first base
  • Make mine a double
  • Make one's hackles rise
  • Man of a Thousand Faces ( Nickname of Lon Chaney )
  • Massage one's ego
  • Me first
  • Meat and two veg
  • Midnight double feature
  • Million Dollar Baby ( Hilary Swank / Clint Eastwood movie )
  • Million Dollar Bash ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Minority of one
  • Mirror mirror on the all who is the fairest one of all?
  • More than one string to your bow
  • Moves like Jagger ( Maroon 5 with Christina Aguilera song )
  • My one regret in life is that I am not someone else ( Woody Allen line )
  • My precious ( The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers )
  • Name, rank, and serial number
  • Near to one's heart
  • Neither one thing nor the other
  • Never Can Say Goodbye ( The Jackson 5 song )
  • Nice one Cyril ( A catchphrase from Wonderloaf )
  • Nine To Five ( Lily Tomlin / Dolly Parton / Jane Fonda movie )
  • Nine While Nine ( The Sisters Of Mercy song )
  • Nine days' wonder
  • Nine ladies dancing ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Nine tailors make a man
  • Nine while nine
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four ( George Orwell book )
  • Nineteen to the dozen
  • Ninth inning ( A baseball expression meaning an event or process is near the end )
  • No One ( Alicia Keys song )
  • No man can serve two masters
  • No one can make you feel inferior without your consent ( Eleanor Roosevelt quotation )
  • No one expects the Spanish Inquisition ( A catchphrase from Monty Python's Flying Circus )
  • No one likes us, we don't care ( A catchphrase from Millwall football supporters )
  • No, no, a thousand times no
  • Nobody loves a fairy when she's forty
  • Not a hundred miles away
  • Not half
  • Not in a million years
  • Not my type ( not a person one is attracted to )
  • Not two pennies to rub together
  • Now There is only one Mars ( Mars Chocolate advertising slogan )
  • Number 10 Downing Street ( address of the British Prime Minister )
  • Number Six ( Pseudonym of Peter Smith The Prisoner ( Patrick McGoohan ) )
  • Number crunching
  • Number one
  • Number one concubine ( name given to the partner of Bertrand Russell )
  • Number one son
  • Number two
  • Number unobtainable
  • Numbered with the dead
  • Numbers game
  • Numero uno
  • Ocean's Eleven ( Brad Pitt / George Clooney movie )
  • Ocean's Thirteen ( Brad Pitt / George Clooney movie )
  • Ocean's Twelve ( Brad Pitt / George Clooney movie )
  • Odd one out
  • Of the first water
  • On cloud nine ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • On second thoughts
  • On the double
  • On the one hand
  • One Cent ( Nickname of Anfernee Hardaway )
  • One Dog ( Nickname of Lance Johnson )
  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest ( Jack Nicholson movie )
  • One Foot In The Grave ( BBC comedy television series )
  • One Hundred Years Of Solitude ( Gabriel Garcia Marquez book )
  • One More Cup Of Coffee ( Bob Dylan song )
  • One More Night ( Maroon 5 song )
  • One Of Us Must Know ( Bob Dylan song )
  • One Size ( Nickname of Fitz Hall )
  • One Too Many Mornings ( Bob Dylan song )
  • One Tough ( Nickname of Joaquin Andejar )
  • One and all
  • One and the same
  • One armed bandit
  • One brick short of a load
  • One by one
  • One card for home and abroad ( Maestro advertising slogan )
  • One fall, two submissions or a knockout
  • One fine day
  • One foot in the grave
  • One for all and all for one
  • One for sorrow ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • One for sorrow, two for mirth, three for a wedding, four for a birth
  • One for the book
  • One for the road
  • One good turn deserves another
  • One half of the world does not know how the other half lives
  • One hand tied behind your back
  • One hand washes the other
  • One hell of
  • One horse town
  • One in a billion ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • One in a million
  • One in the eye
  • One instinctively knows when something is right ( Croft Original Sherry advertising slogan )
  • One jump ahead of
  • One law for the rich and another for the poor
  • One leg at a time ( Dockers advertising slogan )
  • One liner
  • One man and his dog
  • One man's meat is another man's poison
  • One man's trash is another man's treasure
  • One man: one vote
  • One may as well be hanged for a sheep as for a lamb
  • One minute to midnight
  • One moment please
  • One more time
  • One night stand
  • One night stand investment
  • One of life's little ironies
  • One of the boys
  • One of these days, Alice ... Pow! To the moon! ( A catchphrase from The Honeymooners )
  • One off
  • One off the wrist
  • One on one
  • One out, all out
  • One over the eight
  • One ringy-dingy...two ringy-dingies ( A catchphrase from Ernestine In Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In )
  • One second
  • One side of the story
  • One size fits all
  • One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind ( Neil Armstrong quotation )
  • One smart cookie
  • One sprint many solutions ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • One step ahead
  • One step at a time
  • One step forward, two steps back
  • One stop shop
  • One swallow doesn't make a summer
  • One taste and your stuck on golden flake ( Golden Flake Potato Chips advertising slogan )
  • One that Last ( Duracell Batteries advertising slogan )
  • One thing leads to another
  • One to one
  • One to remember
  • One toe over the line
  • One track mind
  • One trick pony
  • One two buckle my shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • One two many and you might turn Bertie ( Bassett's Liquorice Allsorts advertising slogan )
  • One two three o'clock four o'clock rock
  • One volunteer is worth ten pressed men
  • One wedding brings another
  • One year's seeds make seven year weeds
  • Only 1 out of 25 men is color blind. The other 24 just dress that way ( Mohara Suits advertising slogan )
  • Only half there
  • Opening night ( the first night of a theatrical performance )
  • Out for the count
  • Page 3 girl
  • Painting by numbers
  • Parsley seed goes nine times to the devil
  • Patient Zero ( Nickname of Gilbert Arenas )
  • People who like people like Dial ( Dial Soap advertising slogan )
  • Perfect ten
  • Perfume worth 9 guineas an ounce ( Camay Soap advertising slogan )
  • Pieces of eight
  • Pinch, punch, first of the month
  • Platinum Sombrero ( A baseball expression denoting striking out five times in a game )
  • Play it again, Sam ( New York State Lottery advertising slogan )
  • Play second fiddle
  • Plus one
  • Possession is nine tenths of the law
  • Prepare to want one ( Hyundai advertising slogan )
  • Public Enemy Number One ( Nickname of John Dillinger )
  • Pull a fast one
  • Put one foot in front of the other
  • Put one over on
  • Put two and two together
  • Quality is job one ( Ford Cars advertising slogan )
  • Quick one
  • Rain before seven, fine before eleven
  • Raw data
  • Reach Out And I'll Be There ( Four Tops song )
  • Red Army Fraction ( German left wing terrorist group also call Red Army Faction )
  • Religious divide
  • Remember remember the fifth of November ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Revolution 9 ( Beatles song )
  • Richard the Third ( Cockney rhyming slang for turd )
  • Rolled into one
  • Room for one more inside
  • Round down
  • Round up
  • Route one
  • Royal flush ( in poker - a hand including a ten jack queen king and ace of the same suit )
  • Safety first
  • Safety in numbers
  • Sale of the century
  • Score an own goal
  • Score points off
  • Score to settle
  • Second banana
  • Second best
  • Second bite of the cherry
  • Second childhood
  • Second class
  • Second degree burns
  • Second generation
  • Second nature
  • Second sight
  • Second slip ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Second storey man
  • Second thoughts
  • Second thoughts are best
  • Second to none
  • Second wind
  • Seconds count
  • Seen one, seen them all
  • September the eleventh
  • Seriously ten ( Network Ten Australia advertising slogan )
  • Seven day wonder
  • Seven deadly sins
  • Seven for a secret, never to be told ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Seven league boots
  • Seven swans a-swimming ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Seven twenty-four
  • Seven year itch
  • Seven years' bad luck
  • Sex symbol
  • Shoot a birdie ( score one under par in a golf shot )
  • Shoot first, ask questions later
  • Show no quarter
  • Silver wedding ( a celebration of twenty-five years of marriage )
  • Six and two threes
  • Six degrees of separation
  • Six feet under
  • Six figures
  • Six for gold ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Six geese a-laying ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Six of one and half a dozen of the other
  • Six of the best
  • Six pack
  • Six ways to Sunday
  • Six, two and even
  • Sixth sense
  • Sleep with one eye open
  • Snakes alive ( Bingo call for number fifty five )
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ( Disney cartoon movie )
  • So easy to use, no wonder it's number one ( AOL advertising slogan )
  • So no one told you life was gonna be this way
  • Something About You ( Four Tops song )
  • Stand on your own two feet
  • Standing In The Shadows Of Love ( Four Tops song )
  • Steal third base
  • Still the One ( ABC advertising slogan )
  • Stop me and buy one ( Wall's Ice Cream advertising slogan )
  • Stop me if you've heard this one
  • Strength in numbers
  • Stunt double
  • Sweet Little Sixteen ( Chuck Berry / Beatles song )
  • Sweet sixteen and never been kissed
  • Swift half
  • Table for two
  • Take Five ( Dave Brubeck tune )
  • Take down a peg or two
  • Take five
  • Take one day at a time
  • Take one for the team
  • Take someone to one side
  • Take the count
  • Take two aspirin and call me in the morning
  • Tea for two
  • Teach someone a thing or two
  • Ten a penny
  • Ten green bottles sitting on the wall
  • Ten lords a-leaping ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Ten one hundred
  • Ten summersets he'll undertake on solid ground ( Beatles song lyric )
  • That woman speaks eight languages and can't say no in any of them
  • That's a new one on me
  • That's the second biggest ... I've ever seen! ( A catchphrase from Get Smart )
  • The Adventure of the Second Stain ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Adventure of the Six Napoleons ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Adventure of the Three Gables ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Adventure of the Three Garridebs ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Adventure of the Three Students ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Amazing One ( Nickname of Alfredo Amezaga )
  • The Best Second Banana in the Business ( Nickname of Art Carney )
  • The Big Five
  • The Chosen One ( Nickname of LeBron James )
  • The Count of Monte Cristo ( Alexandre Dumas book )
  • The Daily Double ( Nickname of Dwight Howard )
  • The English summer: three fine days and a thunderstorm
  • The Famous Five ( characters in Enid Blyton's series of children's book )
  • The Fifth Beatle ( Nickname of Brian Epstein )
  • The Fifth Beatle ( Nickname of Sir George Martin )
  • The First Cut Is The Deepest ( Rod Stewart song )
  • The First Garden City Of The World ( Nickname of Letchworth England )
  • The First Lady of Television ( Nickname of Faye Emerson )
  • The First State ( Nickname of the US state of Delaware )
  • The Five Orange Pips ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Grand old Duke of York he had ten thousand men ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The Great One ( Nickname of comedian Jackie Gleason )
  • The Magnificent Seven ( Steve McQueen / Yul Brynner / Charles Bronson movie )
  • The Man With Two Brains ( Steve Martin movie )
  • The Man of a Thousand Voices ( Nickname of Mel Blanc )
  • The Nine Days Queen ( Nickname of Lady Jane Grey )
  • The Same Old Song ( Four Tops song )
  • The Seven Pillars of Wisdom ( Autobiography of T E Lawrence ( of Arabia ) )
  • The Sign of the Four ( Sherlock Holmes story )
  • The Special One ( Nickname of football manager Jose Mourinho )
  • The Ten Commandments ( Charlton Heston movie )
  • The Third Man ( Orson Welles movie )
  • The Third Rome ( Nickname of Moscow Russia )
  • The Three Musketeers ( Alexandre Dumas book )
  • The Top Ten
  • The Wild One ( Marlon Brando movie )
  • The animals went in two by two
  • The beast with two backs ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • The best way of expressing your intelligence ( Zenith Data Systems advertising slogan )
  • The cat who doesn't act finicky soon loses control of his owner ( 9 Lives Cat Food advertising slogan )
  • The face that launched a thousand ships
  • The first network for men ( Spike TV advertising slogan )
  • The first time is never the best ( Campari advertising slogan )
  • The flower of one's youth
  • The four noble truths
  • The future's so bright, I gotta wear shades ( song by Timbuk 3 )
  • The glorious twelfth ( of August - the start of the British grouse shooting season )
  • The lesser of two evils
  • The lights are on but there's no one at home
  • The magic number
  • The mainspring in a Bulova is made to last 256 years or 146 leather straps - whichever comes first ( Bulova Watches advertising slogan )
  • The north south divide
  • The one and only Wonderbra ( Wonderbra advertising slogan )
  • The one and only cereal that comes in the shape of animals ( Crispy Critters advertising slogan )
  • The one that got away
  • The one to watch ( Channel 7 Australia advertising slogan )
  • The right one ( Martini advertising slogan )
  • The sixty-four thousand dollar question
  • The square on the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares on the other two sides
  • The third age
  • The whole is greater than the sum of its parts ( proverbial saying )
  • The world around one
  • There are three kinds of lies: lies, damnable lies, and statistics
  • There are two sides to every question
  • There's more than one way to skin a cat
  • There's not a soul out there, no one to hear my prayer ( ABBA lyric )
  • There's one born every minute
  • There's only one
  • These go to eleven ( line from the movie This Is Spinal Tap )
  • Third Slip ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Third degree
  • Third man ( field position in the game of cricket )
  • Third time lucky
  • Third time's a charm
  • Third way
  • Thirty for now
  • This one will run and run
  • This tape will self-destruct in five seconds ( A catchphrase from Mission Impossible )
  • Three Finger ( Nickname of Mordecai Brown )
  • Three French hens ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Three Mile Lyle ( Nickname of Lyle Alzado )
  • Three blind mice, see how they run ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Three dog night
  • Three figures
  • Three for a girl ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Three letter acronym
  • Three line whip
  • Three on a match
  • Three score and ten
  • Three sheets to the wind
  • Three strikes and you are out
  • Three wise men
  • Three's a charm
  • Three's a crowd
  • Three, four, knock at the door ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Tidy sum
  • Tie one on
  • Times without number
  • To cast the first stone
  • To get one's back up
  • To our members, we're the fourth emergency service ( Automobile Association advertising slogan )
  • To sum it all up
  • Today is the first day of the rest of your life
  • Today the discriminating family finds it absolutely necessary to own two or more motor cars ( Buick advertising slogan )
  • Tonight's top ten list ( A catchphrase from David Letterman In The Late Show )
  • Too clever by half
  • Top of the shop ( Bingo call for number ninety )
  • Total Eclipse Of The Heart ( Bonnie Tyler song )
  • Total package
  • Total stranger
  • Total up
  • Triple decker
  • Triple play ( A baseball expression denoting the act of making three outs during the same play )
  • Triple threat
  • Triple whammy
  • Turn of the century
  • Twelfth Night
  • Twelve drummers drumming ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Twelve good men and true
  • Twenty Miles Of Bad Road ( The Janeys song )
  • Twenty thousand leagues under the sea
  • Twenty three skidoo
  • Twenty twenty vision
  • Two Jags ( Nickname of John Prescott )
  • Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad ( Meatloaf song )
  • Two Ton Tessa
  • Two all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onions on a sesame seed bun ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • Two and eight ( Cockney rhyming slang for state )
  • Two and two make five
  • Two and two make four
  • Two blacks don't make a white
  • Two bricks short of a load
  • Two buck chuck
  • Two can play at that game
  • Two cents worth
  • Two faced
  • Two fat ladies ( Bingo call for number eighty eight )
  • Two fisted
  • Two for joy ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Two for me, none for you! ( Twix advertising slogan )
  • Two for one
  • Two four six eight who do we appreciate ( cheerleader chant )
  • Two heads are better than one
  • Two irons in the fire
  • Two left feet
  • Two little dicky birds sitting on a wall, one named Peter, one named Paul ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Two little ducks ( Bingo call for number twenty two )
  • Two of a kind
  • Two on the aisle
  • Two pot screamer
  • Two sandwiches short of a picnic
  • Two shakes of a lamb's tail
  • Two steps forward and one step back
  • Two strings to his bow
  • Two timing
  • Two turtle doves ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Two wrongs don't make a right
  • Two's company three's a crowd
  • Unlucky for some ( Bingo call for number thirteen )
  • Us versus them ( denoting the emnity between two opposing groups )
  • Want to reach 8 out of 10 adults - walk this way ( Yellow Pages advertising slogan )
  • Was she worth it ( Bingo call for number fifty six )
  • We used to have one of those, but the wheels fell off
  • We'll leave the light on for you ( Motel 6 advertising slogan )
  • We're Just One Big Happy Family ( Richard Hawley song )
  • We're just one big happy family
  • We're number two. We try harder ( Avis Rent-a-Car advertising slogan )
  • We're the one ( Sky Television advertising slogan )
  • We're tobacco men not medicine men. Old Gold cures just one thing. The World's Best Tobacco ( Old Gold Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Welcome to our network ( 3 Mobile advertising slogan )
  • Well, she was just seventeen you know what I mean ( The Beatles song lyric )
  • What I tell you three times is true
  • What Makes You Beautiful ( One Direction song )
  • What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive
  • What with one thing and another
  • What's in your wallet? ( Capital One advertising slogan )
  • When shall we three meet again?
  • When war is declared, truth is the first casualty
  • Which came first the chicken or the egg?
  • Who blinked first?
  • Whole nine yards
  • Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?
  • Win faster ( One Brand Group advertising slogan )
  • With one bound he was at her side
  • Women and children first
  • Work one's fingers to the bone
  • World's first
  • Worth one's weight in gold
  • Wring one's hands
  • You are a one
  • You can count on me
  • You can kiss that one goodbye
  • You don't get a second chance at a first impression
  • You give us 22 minutes, we'll give you the world ( WINS Radio, New York advertising slogan )
  • You got a friend in the business ( Gateway 2000 advertising slogan )
  • You heard it here first
  • You only get one chance to make a first impression
  • You only hurt the one you love
  • You're the One That I Want ( John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John song )
  • You, you're the one ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • Young and sweet, only seventeen ( ABBA lyric )
  • Your days are numbered
  • Your number's up
  • Your starter for ten ( A catchphrase from University Challenge )
  • Zero hour
  • Zero in
  • Zero out
  • Zero sum game
  • Zero tolerance

We are also on Facebook