1.LEAVE NO STONE UNTURNED
(To leave every possible means)
•They left no stone unturned in their search for the hidden treasure.
2. A dog with two tails
(A person who is extremely pleased)
•When he left the manager’s room, he looked like a dog with two tails because the manager offered him the post of supervisor.
3. BEAT ABOUT THE BUSH
(Keep evading the point instead of stating the matter clearly)
•Present your facts clearly and don’t beat about the bush.
4. RED LETTER DAY
(An important day; a day to be recalled with delight)
•My graduation day is a red letter day for me.
5. A WOLF IN A SHEEP CLOTHING
(A person who appears friendly or trustworthy but is really an enemy)
•Do not trust him. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
6. BY HOOK OR BY CROOK
(To solve a problem by any means including trickery)
•By hook or by crook, the organiser must find another singer to perform tonight.