Phrases beginning with E phrases

Phrases beginning with E phrases

  • Easy As Pie

    Meaning: Something that is easy to do. A similar saying is “a piece of cake.”

  • Eat My Dust

    Meaning: A person might say this if they are confident that they will outperform someone else.

  • Eat My Hat

    Meaning: Having confidence in a specific outcome; being almost sure about something.

  • Elephant In The Room

    Meaning: Ignoring a large, obvious problem or failing to address an issue that stands out in a major way.

  • Elvis Has Left The Building

    Meaning: This phrase implies that it’s time to leave because the show or whatever spectacle you were watching is now over.

  • Even a Broken Clock Is Right Twice a Day

    Meaning: Someone considered to be unreliable can still be right about something on occasion, even if by accident.

  • Every Cloud Has a Silver Lining

    Meaning: To be optimistic, even in difficult times.

  • Everything But The Kitchen Sink

    Meaning: Including nearly everything possible.

  • Easy Come Easy Go

    Meaning: Something that is easily acquired can also be lost just as easily.

  • Easier Said Than Done

    Meaning: It’s easy to say things, but the doing part can be far more difficult.

  • Eat Crow

    Meaning: To acknowledge that you were mistaken about something.

  • Eat Humble Pie

    Meaning: To recognize that you were wrong about something.

  • Eaten Out Of House And Home

    Meaning: Being “eaten out of house and home” means you are living with someone who is consuming a lot of your food, thus costing you money.

  • Egg On One’s Face

    Meaning: Someone with “egg on their face” is embarrassed because of something they did.

  • End Of Story

    Meaning: After making a final statement, someone might follow it up with the phrase “end of story,” meaning there is no more discussion to be had on the topic.

  • Every Nook And Cranny

    Meaning: A person who checks “every nook and cranny” for the TV remote is checking everywhere possible, even the harder to reach places; a thorough search.