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her ears must be burning

to bend someone’s ears

to be wet behind the ears

to give someone a thick ear

to go in one ear and out the other

to cost the earth

to eat humble pie

to eat crow


a bad egg

as sure as eggs is/are eggs

to have egg on one’s face

to have had one over the eight

to see pink elephants

to be at the end of one’s rope/tether

to make ends meet

no end

even steven(s)

to have a roving eye

to see eye to eye with someone

easy on the eye

to turn a blind eye

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