phrase thesaurus

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


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  • Chain of fools ( Aretha Franklin song )
  • Chain reaction
  • Chain smoker
  • Chain smoking
  • Chicago piano
  • Cut the cord
  • Cut the umbilical cord
  • Daisy chain
  • Desolation Row ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Do you know the piano's on my foot?
  • Don't shoot the piano player
  • Don't yank my chain
  • Fibre art ( Artwork consisting of natural or synthetic fibres )
  • Food chain
  • Get your ducks in a row
  • Give a man enough rope and he will hang himself
  • Give him enough rope and he'll hang himself
  • Got the world on a string
  • Hanging by a thread
  • Hard row to hoe
  • Harp on about
  • Harp puts out the fire ( Harp Lager advertising slogan )
  • Have a second string to your bow have
  • He will never play the piano again
  • Highly strung
  • Hold the purse strings
  • How long is a piece of string?
  • I took my harp to the party but no one asked me to play
  • In high cotton
  • In quick succession
  • It's jack-a-licious! ( Jack in the Box fast food chain advertising slogan )
  • Jack's back ( Jack in the Box fast food chain advertising slogan )
  • Jump rope
  • Like a puppet on a string
  • Live on a shoestring
  • Lose the thread
  • Money for old rope
  • Moral fibre
  • More than one string to your bow
  • Murderers' Row ( A baseball expression denoting a group of talented individuals or valuable assets )
  • No strings attached
  • On death row
  • On skid row
  • One two many and you might turn Bertie ( Bassett's Liquorice Allsorts advertising slogan )
  • Pull strings
  • Rope in
  • Row up Salt River
  • Row, row, row your boat
  • Shoestring budget
  • String along
  • String someone along
  • Thai - smooth as silk ( Thai Airways International advertising slogan )
  • The Cotton State ( Nickname of the US state of Alabama )
  • The Indian rope trick
  • The old ball and chain
  • There's many a good tune played on an old piano
  • Tied to his mother's apron strings
  • Tough row to hoe
  • Tug at your heartstrings
  • Two strings to his bow
  • Wait just a cotton picking minute ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • With silver bells and cockle shells and pretty maids all in a row ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Yarn bombing ( Adorning street furntiure and buildings with knitted items as a form of graffiti )
  • You can't make a silk purse from a sow's ear

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