- idiomatic, colloquial Used to express the speaker's skepticism about another's preceding statement about a desired or assumed state of affairs.
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phrases—not sure exactly what I'm doing with them though
how dare you, what could possib..., I have to hand it..., so it's come to this, this isn't funny ..., how do I put this, at the end of the..., not a happy camper, a good time was h..., it's been real, are you not enter..., dead men tell no ... and 378 more...
in your dreams, in your ear, yes we have no ba..., bare to the bone, ashes to ashes du..., when hell freezes..., sharpest tool in ..., when pigs fly, get a life, gee willikers, beauty is in the ..., give me a break and 3 more...
Three word phrases with a certain rhythm or impact. See also Triads and Triads 2.
as you wish, make my day, fire when ready, spill the beans, call the shots, excuse my french, piece of cake, be my guest, too much information, don't go there, i love you, handle with care and 54 more...
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