to be babes in the wood

to throw the baby out with the bathwater

baby boomer

behind someone’s back

to be on the back foot

backseat driver

to bend over backward

to lean over backward

to bring home the bacon

fish or cut bait!

a baker's dozen

the ball is in his court

ballpark figure

to be on the ball

to carry the ball

the whole ball of wax

to be top banana

to slip on a banana skin

banana republic

to laugh/cry all the way to the bank

a baptism of fire

a bar fly

barefaced liar

her/his bark is worse than her/his bite

a barrel of laughs

to be like shooting fish in a barrel

to have someone over a barrel

to scrape (the bottom of) the barrel


a basket case

like a bat out of hell

to be (as) blind as a bat

to have bats in one’s belfry/in the belfry

not to bat an eyelash/eyelid/eye

be that as it may

to take a bath

to recharge one’s batteries

to be broad in the beam

to be off (the) beam

to be on the beam

a bean counter

to be full of beans

not to have a bean

to be like a bear with a sore head

to lose one’s bearings

beauty is in the eye of the beholder

to be an eager beaver

to work like a beaver

to be at someone’s beck and call

a bed of nails/thorns

a bed of roses

to get out of bed (on) the wrong side

to get up on the wrong side of the bed

you’ve made your bed and now you must lie in it

to have a bee in one’s bonnet about something

to think one is the bee’s knees

to make a beeline for someone/something

it isn’t/wasn’t all beer and skittles

to believe in the hereafter

bells and whistles

below par

to hit below the belt

to be round the bend

to give someone the benefit of the doubt

to be beside oneself

you can bet your boots/life/bottom dollar

the birds and the bees

birds of a feather flock together

a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush

birthday suit

bits and bobs

to bite off more than one can chew

the bitter end

(as) black as Newgate's knocker

black hole

the black sheep (of the family)

to be born on the wrong side of the blanket

to have kissed the Blarney Stone

a blessing in disguise

bad blood

blood and thunder

to get blood out of/from a stone

blood, sweat and tears

blood is thicker than water

to blow one’s stack

to blow hot and cold

to blow off steam

blue blood

blue-eyed boy

a bolt from the blue

always the bridesmaid (never the bride)

to put something on the back burner

to beat around/about the bush

to beat someone to the draw

bedroom eyes

the greatest/best thing since sliced bread

big bucks

to bite the bullet

to be a bone of contention

to have a bone to pick with someone

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