Does he really think that posturing in front of the cameras is the antidote to haggling in the proverbial smoke-filled room?
If she enters the race, there will be a proverbial tsunami of media coverage for months.
To wit, Hanna is still writing her own proverbial book—the way she wants to write it.
However, these “potty-mouthed princesses” curse like proverbial sailors to prove a point.
In May 2006, it seemed as though Patrick Kennedy hit a proverbial bottom.
I know that several of my readers may remind me of Sir Boyle Roche, whose bulls have become not only notorious, but proverbial.
It is proverbial, but the man who is running this game has made it look like a platitude.
But the impatience of youth is proverbial—than that no more need be said.
The Spaniards, who have a proverbial expression for almost every idea, have not neglected this one.
He lost sight of the proverbial influence of one's wishes over one's belief.