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Found an Idioms dictionary


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Oxford idiom dictionary is fascinating! Its good for songwriting as well as understanding figures of speech. Any other kind of reference book you'd suggest? I also have rhythm dictionary...took me a while to figure out how it works


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You get a brownie-point for that and now you're probably on-top-of-the-world :).

In the online idiom dictionary I found they screwed up "on board". They gave the literal definition instead of the idiom meaning:

Meaning: be physically on a plane, ship, vehicle, train, or rocket Source: theidioms.com

Also, I had the meaning of "dog's life" backwards. I thought it meant an easy life but actually means a tough life. Maybe because I was always jealous of my dog's easy life :D
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I'm not on board for them giving the wrong meaning of on board. Heh. But sounds a useful and interesting dictionary overall. Most dictionaries are interesting. I mostly have scrabble dictionaries. And also Google stuff.

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