Say What You See Quiz 2
Can you rationalise the illustration with the clue to reveal the common phrase or saying? 10 Questions.
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Can you recall this common phrase?
Dim and distant past
Blast from the past
Bomb past it
First past the post
Sorry, what did you say this phrase is?
Deaf between the ears
On his deaf bed
Deaf as a post
Falling on deaf ears
Which colloquialism is represented here?
Hand in hand
Hand in the till
Can you decipher this and maintain secrecy?
Couldn't make head or tail of it
Bring to a head
Keep it under your hat
Above his head
How long will it take to find the right words for this?
Just a minute
Half a second
A second or two
A split second
Can you say what you see without fretting?
Bad hair day
Monday morning feeling
There's only one correct answer to this, so what is it?
Get your money's worth
Put your money where your mouth is
Made of money
Look out, what does this idiom mean?
Keep an eye on things
First things first
One of those things
See things in a different light
Can you decipher this without repeating it?
Going too far
Going around in circles
Going on a round trip
What goes round comes around
Last one now, so no clues, what's the phrase?
By the grace of God
Fall from grace
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