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Rock The Boat

Rock The Boat - to do or say something that will upset people or cause problems

  • I do not want to rock the boat. I have enough problems.
  • My sister is always trying to rock the boat with her boss.
  • My father does not like to rock the boat. He is very calm.
  • The government does not want to rock the boat.
  • The police do not want to rock the boat. They just do not do anything to protect the people.
  • Do you know who is rocking the boat? I want to know who is causing trouble.

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Rock The Boat

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Raw Deal

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to Railroad someone

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