Synonyms and antonyms of put someone's nose out of joint in the English dictionary of synonyms
WORDS RELATING TO «PUT SOMEONE'S NOSE OUT OF JOINT»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PUT SOMEONE'S NOSE OUT OF JOINT»
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promotion put her husband s nose out of joint. AAMft-ffiiASf - ) to rub noses RUB
to rub someone's nose in it W, RUB to see no further than (the end of) one's ...
Rosalind Fergusson, 2003
A modern slang dictionary notes that to “put someone's nose out of joint” = to
make someone envious or jealous, but the use of the phrase goes back at least
as far as Barnaby Rich in 1581. Dekker and Marston's Satiromastix uses the
Marjorie Garber, William R Kenan Jr Professor of English Marjorie Garber, 2008
The Body in Parts: Fantasies of Corporeality in Early Modern ...
(“To put one's nose out ofjoint, see NOSE”) A modern slang dictionary notes that
to “put someone's nose out of joint” I To make someone envious or jealous, but
the use of the phrase goes back at least as far as Barnaby Rich in 1581. Dekker ...
David Hillman, Carla Mazzio, 2013
The Wordsworth Dictionary of Idioms
put (someone's) nose out of joint to take (someone's ) place as the one loved by
someone else: Their three-year-old is very spoilt — the new baby will certainly
put her nose out of joint. rub (someone's) nose in it to remind (someone) very
Elizabeth McLaren Kirkpatrick, C. M. Schwarz, 1993
business: He is always poking his nose into my affairs. [The reference is to an
animal such as a dog.] put (someone's) nose out of joint to take (someone's )
place as the one loved by someone else: Their three-year-old is very spoilt — the
Wordbook of Australian Idiom: Aussie Slang
... wants to put on the nose bag?' nose, pay through the nose To pay more than
the true value— 'It's not worth it; you would pay through the nose' nose, to putsomeone's nose out of joint Agitate, aggravate, or unsettle someone— 'She'll
Kerrin P. Rowe, 2005
1 . hold up one's nose a) control completely 2. lead by the nose b) be guided by
instinct 3. follow one's nose c) feel superior to 4. put someone's nose out of joint d
) offend and hurt someone's feelings Column A CoUmm TJ 1.tea a) Turkish 2.
Body and Body Functions
If you put someone's nose out of joint, you irritate them or make them angry with
you. If somebody wins by a nose, they just barely beat the others. If you dig your
heels in, to refuse to go along with something. Has any one whispered the words
Washing the Brain: Metaphor and Hidden Ideology
... or obtain something', put someone's nose out of joint 'upset or offend someone
by getting what they themselves wanted' (when I was promoted and he wasn't it
put his nose out of joint), have / make a stab at 'make an attempt at' (which if you ...
Andrew Goatly, 2007
Heinemann English Dictionary
Phrases by a nose by a very short distance. keep one's nose to the grindstone to
continue working hard. look down one's nose at to treat or regard with disdain.
pay through the nose to pay too much. put someone's nose out of joint (informal)
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PUT SOMEONE'S NOSE OUT OF JOINT»
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Andrew Coyne: Supreme Court euthanasia ruling marks the death of …
The courts will inevitably put someone's nose out of joint no matter how they rule, and while conservatives have long railed against “judicial activism,” they too ... «National Post, Feb 15»
Sri Lanka need to trust their own
Perhaps Atapattu had put someone's nose out of joint. Perhaps an overseas coach, necessarily removed from local politics, was sought because that would be ... «ESPNcricinfo.com, Oct 14»
Rio Ferdinand on Kick It Out row: Defender claims he does not 'have …
Rio Ferdinand has insisted he does "not have a feud" with Kick It Out, after the ... “If I put someone's nose out of joint that desn't bother me,” added Ferdinand. «The Independent, Oct 14»
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