say a mouthful
Utter something important or meaningful, as in You said a mouthful when you called him a fine musician. This term is often used to express agreement, much as you can say that again is. It was first recorded in 1790.
Happy Memorial Day: Is There A Better Way To Say It?Wishing someone a “Happy Holiday" in these instances, without cheapening (or dishonoring) the meaning behind the day, is up for debate. Why?
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