bone to pick
Having a “bone to pick with someone” means having a grievance that needs to be talked out: “I have a bone to pick with you, Wallace; I heard how you criticized me at the meeting last night.”
“Compliment” vs. “Complement”: How To Pick The Right WordCompliment and complement are commonly confused terms because they're pronounced alike and originally shared some meanings ...
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