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  • Beat it!
  • Beat someone black and blue
  • Beat swords into ploughshares ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Beat the air
  • Beat the band
  • Beat the bushes
  • Beat the clock
  • Beat the living crap out of
  • Beat the living daylights out of ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Beat the living snot out of
  • Beat the pants off
  • Beat the rap
  • Beat the retreat
  • Beat the rush
  • Beat the snot out of
  • Beat the stuffing out of
  • Beat to a pulp
  • Beat up
  • Beat you to it
  • Beat your brains out
  • Beat your meat
  • Beauty is only skin deep ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Behind the beat
  • Blow Up ( Michelangelo Antonioni movie )
  • Blow a fuse
  • Blow a gasket
  • Blow a kiss
  • Blow a raspberry ( Cockney rhyming slang for fart )
  • Blow away the cobwebs
  • Blow by blow account
  • Blow chunks
  • Blow great guns
  • Blow hard
  • Blow hot and cold
  • Blow in
  • Blow it out your arse
  • Blow it out your ear
  • Blow job
  • Blow my skirt up
  • Blow off
  • Blow off steam
  • Blow off the stage
  • Blow out of the water
  • Blow smoke up your ass
  • Blow some my way ( Chesterfield Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Blow someone away
  • Blow the gaff
  • Blow the lid off
  • Blow the whistle
  • Blow through
  • Blow to smithereens ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Blow up
  • Blow winds, and crack your cheeks
  • Blow with the wind
  • Blow your brains out
  • Blow your cover
  • Blow your mind ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Blow your nose
  • Blow your own horn
  • Blow your own trumpet ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Blow your stack
  • Blow your top
  • Blow your wad
  • Body blow
  • Boots Of Spanish Leather ( Bob Dylan song )
  • Brow beat
  • Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door
  • By the hairs on my chinny chin chin, I'll blow your house down
  • By the skin of your teeth ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Comfortable in your skin
  • Cushion the blow
  • Didn't turn a hair
  • Don't knock it until you've tried it
  • Enough to make your hair curl
  • Full head of hair
  • Full pelt
  • Get in your hair
  • Get out of my hair
  • Get under your skin
  • Give someone skin
  • Glancing blow
  • Hair Canada ( Nickname of basketball player Steve Nash )
  • Hair of the dog
  • Hair of the dog that bit you
  • Hair pie
  • Hair raising
  • Hair shirt
  • Hair today gone tomorrow
  • Hair trigger
  • Hair's breadth
  • Have your hair stand on end
  • He makes my skin crawl
  • He makes my skin creep
  • Head of hair
  • Hell for leather
  • Hide and seek
  • Hide from the light
  • Hide the sausage
  • Hide your light under a bushel
  • If I've only one life, let me live it as a blonde! ( Clairol Hair Colouring advertising slogan )
  • If you can't beat em, join em
  • If your friendly neighborhood grocer doesn't have a jar knock something off a shelf on the way out ( Dilly Beans advertising slogan )
  • In Flanders fields the poppies blow ( from a poem by McCrae )
  • In your hair
  • Is she or isn't she? ( Harmony hair spray advertising slogan )
  • It will blow over
  • It's no skin off my nose
  • Joe Blow
  • Jump out of your skin
  • Just put your lips together and blow ( To Have And Have Not )
  • Keep your hair on
  • Knock 'em dead
  • Knock Three Times ( Tony Orlando and Dawn song )
  • Knock about
  • Knock about comedy
  • Knock back
  • Knock back a few
  • Knock down drag out
  • Knock flat
  • Knock for knock
  • Knock for six
  • Knock heads together
  • Knock into shape
  • Knock into the middle of next week
  • Knock it into a cocked hat
  • Knock it off
  • Knock it on the head
  • Knock it out of the park ( A baseball expression denoting a complete or spectacular success )
  • Knock knock, who's there
  • Knock off
  • Knock on the door
  • Knock on wood
  • Knock sideways
  • Knock something together
  • Knock spots off
  • Knock the cover off the ball ( A baseball expression meaning succeed beyond expectation )
  • Knock the stuffing out of
  • Knock the wind out of
  • Knock them in the aisles
  • Knock up against
  • Knock your heads together
  • Knock your socks off
  • Knock yourself out
  • Let your hair down
  • Little Boy Blue come blow your horn ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Lose your hair
  • Low blow
  • Makes your hair stands on end
  • My heart missed a beat
  • Neck beard ( hair growth on the neck )
  • Neither hide nor hair
  • Never do a stroke of work
  • Off beat
  • On the beat
  • Play hide the sausage
  • Pull your hair out
  • Puts hair on your chest
  • San Francisco ( Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair ) ( Scott McKenzie song )
  • Save your skin
  • Set your hair on fire
  • Silver fox ( a handsome grey-haired man )
  • Silver threads amongst the gold ( blonde hair that is turning grey )
  • Skin alive
  • Skin and blister ( Cockney rhyming slang for sister )
  • Skin and bone
  • Skin deep
  • Skin in the game
  • Skin like peaches and cream
  • Skin partner
  • Slip on a banana skin
  • Soaked to the skin
  • Soften the blow
  • Stroke of luck
  • Take a bath in the dark tonight and let the water make love to your skin ( Lavin Perfumes & Soaps advertising slogan )
  • Take cuts at someone ( A baseball expression meaning taking a verbal swing or striking a blow at a reputation )
  • Tear your hair out
  • The Mersey beat
  • The North wind doth blow and we shall have snow ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The beat goes on
  • The bobby on the beat
  • The mainspring in a Bulova is made to last 256 years or 146 leather straps - whichever comes first ( Bulova Watches advertising slogan )
  • The skin you love to touch ( Woodbury Soap advertising slogan )
  • The sound of leather on willow ( sound of the ball on the bat in cricket )
  • The stroke of midnight
  • There's more than one way to skin a cat
  • Three, four, knock at the door ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • To beat the band
  • Under the skin
  • Visa's Delta blow to cheques ( Visa Delta Debit Card advertising slogan )
  • Walking to the beat of a different drummer
  • Well blow me down
  • You can run but you can't hide
  • You were only supposed to blow the bloody doors off! ( line from the Michael Caine movie The Italian Job )
  • You've Got To Hide Your Love Away ( The Beatles song )

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