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On Thin Ice

On Thin Ice - a dangerous situation; uncertain or risky situation

  • The secretary is on thin ice with the boss.
  • The girls are on thin ice at school for coming late.
  • The children are on thin ice, because they did not do there homework for the last week.
  • My son is on thin ice. He needs to do better in school.
  • The boss will be on thin ice, if he does not pay us soon.
  • The landlord is going to be on thin ice, if he does not fix the broken pipe.

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On Its Last Leg

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Out Cold

On Thin Ice

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On (someones) Mind

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Once In A Blue Moon

Out Of The Blue

Over My Dead Body

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