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Figures of Speech - Food

Here's a quiz to sink your teeth into. How many of these phrases featuring food items do you know?


 

Quiz ID:#16229
Fun:*** (2.58)
Difficulty:** (1.32)
Category:Humanities > Linguistics
Created By:Hrsemn4Aus****

 

 

 



#1   One who is responsible for earning the money that a family lives on is said to "bring home the ____".






#2   To stay involved in a current happening is said to "have your finger in the _____".






#3   It is said, "You can catch more flies with honey than you can with _____."






#4   Which of these is NOT featured in an idiom meaning something is "very easy"?







#5   What two foods feature in a rhyming idiom that means something is easy?






#6   Which of these food remains might you be "walking on" if you are trying to avoid hurting someone's feelings?






#7   When your city is blanketed with fog that is difficult to see through, you might say it's "thick as _____ ___".






#8   Australia has an idiom featuring apples meaning "everything will be okay".




#9   Which of these could be used in an idiom to denote someone as being in charge?






#10   In the Bible, God says he will deliver the Israelites out of Egypt and into a land flowing with what two things? (Name one or the other.)

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