Idioms

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

These are a collection of Idioms

Eat the Appam don’t count the holes

Appam is a Malayalam breakfast dish made of rice. It is had with vegetable or meat curry.

Eat the Appam but don’t count the holes as an idiom stands for overlooking trivial details.

I sometimes eat Appam without counting the holes.

Calm the Storm and the Waves

When Jesus was traveling in the boat with his disciples a storm came over and the sea became rough. The disciples cried to Jesus, please save us. And Jesus commanded the waves and the storm to be still.

Calm the waves and the storm as an idiom means arriving at a positive outcome in a negative situation.

I hope, in my life to calm the winds and the storm.

Walking on Water

When the sea raged with a storm, the disciple cried out to Jesus to save them. Jesus started walking on water.

Walking on water as an idiom stands for a miraculous happening leading to success and fortune.

I would like to walk on water.


Submitted: June 08, 2021

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