Idioms

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

These are a collection of new idioms.

Pharaoh

After the reign of the Israelite Joseph, the pharaoh that came started to illtreat the Jews.

Pharaoh as an idiom means a person who is cruel, harsh, and unkind.

There are many Pharaohs in society.

God’s Fingers

God’s fingers as an idiom mean getting a lucky win in a windfall.

I hope to obtain God’s fingers in my life.

Descending Like a Dove

When Jesus was being baptized in the water by John the Baptist, the holy spirit descended upon him like a dove and said: ‘this is my son and I am very pleased with him’.

Descending like a dove as an idiom stands for peace and happiness in life.

I would like to experience the descent of a dove in my life.

Poetry

Poetry as an idiom stands for making love.

I wish to do poetry with my lover.


Submitted: April 30, 2021

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